Question: You want an entire class to make a short piece of writing with an image on their phone. Where can they share it where everyone can see it, it's in one place, and it looks artistic? But NOT: Twitter, Instagram, a blog, FB?
Another reminder why I really need to play around with my child theme a bit more.
I’m holding on to hope for a strong counter message happening with the mid-term elections. It did seem to materialize with so many events up to now, where in a zone of reality and normal forces of physics and reason, should have toppled the mad man egging on the rallies.
If we just focus on licenses and picking through the morsels of what it does and does not do, IMHO we lose sight of the bigger things about sharing our work and acknowledging the work of others as a form of gratitude, not compliance with rules.
This looks like a really slick theme Alan. It has me thinking that it would be cool as a repository. Really want to spin it up and test it out. Wondering about using it with External URL Featured Image to co-claim? Or using it with SNAP to syndicate to Flickr, Tumblr etc.
Syndicated from Read Write Collect
I love your work on SPLOTS Alan. This addition is really intriguing. It reminds me in part of Mike Caulfield’s Wikity project, in that users are encouraged to build knowledge and understanding. I could see it being used as a research tool as much as a means of packaging content. I collect together resources in my Collect blog, but I sometimes feel that what is missing are meta pages, in the style of Ryan Boren.
I wonder about the addition of ‘Post Kinds‘ to the information downloaded. As this is probably a little niche, might be more of a fork.
It’s not only safe to swim on this beach, you will stretch your abilities extending with us.
Wordpress Plugin for Exporting Post Data as CSV. Contribute to cogdog/wp-posts2csv development by creating an account on GitHub.
I have been wondering about how to beat analyse my month. I had tinkered with Tom Woodward’s use of Google Sheets, but feel that Alan Levine’s plugin does this easily.