A pretty good article, and I’m not just saying that because I’m quoted a bunch 😂 (Well, I guess I am, since the article mirrors my views)
This is all very fascinating....
"A Declaration for the Future of the Internet"
Another post for those that care about tech for teaching. My small setup for using my laptop and iPad while teaching (without swaping inputs), while recording locally, and streaming/recording on Teams
For those who care about such things, I did two tech posts on my blog. Perhaps they'll help someone.
1) on how to create a streaming (and/or recording) setup with 2 or more computers (1 is the streaming computer) https://blairmacintyre.me/2021/09/12/triple-pc-mac-streaming-setup/
2) on how to create a simple and effective setup for teaching live while also streaming and recording https://blairmacintyre.me/2021/09/20/live-recorded-and-streamed/
@jaranta We're using Duo, but the implementation is awful. I'm entering Duo tokens dozens of times per day
@jaranta I must have been forwarding my microblog here (probably fiddling with the settings and forgot to turn it off); hmmm, I thought I was forwarding it to mastodon.social, oops!
I wonder if it's possible to put a CW in a toot I send from an external app?
It is proven! I am blairmacintyre on Keybase: https://keybase.io/blairmacintyre/sigchain#7350aae3e6a7b49d1046f7698a84b3f1bde8c8bc7c940ccc081c62b3c07655700f
Stop Talking about the College Experience
Many people assume College is about more than education. We need to make discussing these things ok, instead of taboo.
A "Gotcha" When Importing ES6 Modules into Babylon.js using Typescript: https://blairmacintyre.me/2020/09/02/importing-es6-modules-into-babylon-js-using-typescript/
Just a Happy Tyrell Employee
Every evil megacorp had legions of employees "just doing their job"
Noticing and Fixing Missing ES6 Modules in Babylonjs: https://blairmacintyre.me/2020/08/28/noticing-and-fixing-missing-es6-modules-in-babylonjs/
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