I don’t know why, but I found this article speculating on what life will look like in a few million years after we’ve killed ourselves as a species really positive!
#WorthReading - Good take on the coronavirus pandemic, and it's place in the wider contexts of neoliberalism and ecological destruction from Kim Stanley Robinson:
Good 20 minute talk on where subscriptions models seem to be leading us. Learned a lot of new terms, including 'Service as a Software Substitute':
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Haymarket Books are offering free ebooks bc quarantine
Angry Sweary Rant
Seriously, can Microsoft just go and fucking die already? I’ve just signed back into OneNote on my home computer and suddenly I don’t have any notebooks anymore. Whatever. Weird Microsoft bullshit. Signed in online, and I have my notebook. Except, randomly, for the one fucking section I fucking need. I hate fucking hate fucking Microsoft. Everything they touch turns to fucking shit. More fucking fool me for trying to use their fucking shite again.
Here's a 1.8 billion pixel photo taken by a robot probe on a planet some 200 or odd million kilometres away to bring a bit of awe and wonder to your day.
I just love everything about https://diversityreadinglist.org
The whole thing is so carefully crafted so as to be useful for de-colonising our curriculum.
Potentially interesting read for anyone in #EdTech #LearningTechnology - https://www.dontwasteyourtime.co.uk/blogging/the-state-of-edtech-2020/
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