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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Good article covering some of the biggest tech milestones of the past decade. Was surprised at how long ago some of these things happened.
Last gig of the year - Bury Tomorrow at the Riverside on the 17th. It was a belter!
Instructure, they of Canvas VLE / LMS, sold to private equity firm for 2 beellion dollars. Curse this sudden but inevitable betrayal!
Got a .org domain? You might have to pay a lot more to renew it in future so that rich arseholes can get richer. What a shameless sellout.
Reasons to be hopeful for the future - 10 emerging technologies which could change our lives and society:
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