Hoping to enlist the help of some here. Having an event focused on creativity. One workshop is: Creativity at a Distance. Seeking to gather annotations about online teaching & learning and sounds before the workshop.
Would anyone be willing to spend a few minutes contributing?
After one year of studying for Cambridge Delta module 1, I finally feel it's paying off.
I felt confident and at ease teaching an upper-intermediate pronunciation class and an advanced study skills workshop this week, something I would have been terrified of doing last year.
I can say, for myself, that the reason I first got into Twitter was to get the news as fast as possible. So that's something I'd like to make available through my instance, with my curated feed.
Starting to settle into Mastodon, I see substantial conversations are also possible here. I'd like to bring designers, developers, dreamers, and mad scientists together.
But what other functions are people wishing Mastodon could serve?
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One connects to all of your devices and accesses the data, the other is a hardware standard.
#Tech professionals choosing Gmail, MacOS, logged-in Google Maps, the App Store, Chrome's predictive features, iCloud… in the name of convenience, reliability and speed are like chefs or nutritionists eating at McDonald's or KFC every other day because it's quick and easy and it tastes great.
Had dinner yesterday with a person who does not believe in climate change.
His argument was: "we're so small, the earth is so big and old. We can't possibly affect its climate. What do scientists know about the earth and its climate, since we've only been here for a small fraction of time compared to how old this planet is."
Doesn't he know that all the information he's giving for granted comes from years of scientific research?
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White actors must stand up to whitewashing. Ed Skrein shows how
You're gonna like this, @manuel_uberti
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