100% agree, I think we need to crowdsource a solution. Been seeing the same top list of education bloggers since the first list. Reduces thought, reinforces inequity. So many cool things happening in so many places by people who look like the rest of the world. Who else should I follow? #digped
I am always happy to talk, but am hopeless at locking away times (unless it is for work I guess.) Can answer questions asynchronously if you wish Greg? Must admit that is why I like(d) Voxer.
Greg, I like how you document the different parts here with your screenshots. I really must work out why it is not working for me. By any chance, have you recorded your process of setting it all up anywhere?
#EDU522 is the first time I am using the full #IndieWeb WordPress suite with students..Going very well…Even got badges to work as webmentions too bad it it a three week class…that causes stress…takes about three weeks just to get comfortable. https://edu522.networkedlearningcollaborative.com
What was the problem Greg?
I love what you are putting together here Greg. I am reminded of #walkmyworld work, as well as the Rhizo MOOCS.
Not sure how much I will be contributing, but will definitely be dipping in and out where I can.
Greg, are you syndicating to Twitter from Micro.blog or have you started a hosted blog there?
In many ways @chrisaldrich’s post on webmentions is also itself proof of why we need webmentions. The #IndieWeb feeds been blowing up with comments, likes, and reposts…yet the OG post only has one comment. Imagine bringing back comments to your blog by recapturing the social center from silos.
I have been using the Pomodoro Method since @iamjessklein introduced it to me. World is luck I didn’t know about it in high school. It would be just me and Pinky running the world (Brain is a lowly employee).