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Had a great time at Wikimedia+Libraries Convention 2022 in Maynooth, Ireland.

Q from Peer 2 Peer and I gave a report on our experience with and the potentials of collaborative content creation.

Could this be a way to edit Wikipedia in a group?

If you've got some spare time today, you're new to the #Fediverse, and just went with as the default option, why not explore some other instances?

You can do this by:

1. Going to and browsing

2. Checking out which instances your existing friends / new contacts are on

3. Searching hashtags relevant to you and seeing common instances people tend to be on who use those hashtags

4. Asking people to recommend an instance based on interests you state

Experimenting with hybrid group work in my Python class. Those who are present collaborate with others who participate in Zoom, and it works very well. It's great to see how a student's screen can be shared in class and at the same time in Zoom. Discussions are quiet, friendly and supporting.

schaffen wir 100 boosts?

ich habe ein buch geschrieben. es ist leicht lesbar, und soll menschen ermutigen, viel menschlicher in unternehmen und der wirtschaft zu arbeiten. das buch ist kostenlos verfügbar als pdf, epub und hörbuch:

Zum "I Love Free Software Day" habe ich der Stadtbücherei ein Exemplar von "Ada & Zangemann" spendiert. Jetzt ist es katalogisiert und schon entliehen. Ick freu mir.

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@aral Had time to inspect your Small Web project site.js yesterday for the first time: great initiative! Also thanks for the hint to ngrok. Will try both in class next week.

@aral This could be of interest for you, I think:

The unexpected persistence of non-corporate platforms: The role of local and network embeddedness

An excellent podcast on and with Hannah McGregor.

I especially like the idea of the class room as a micro public space, publics (plural) in general and the "ungrading project".

Also, the discussion on the relationship of research and teaching made me think.

Good morning @Downes! I'm in the middle of planning my autumn course on "Architectures of the Web". Ball's Metaverse, the Fediverse and the Old Web are topics I want to deal with hands-on using Beaker browser, IPFS, Raspberry and static site generators.

I know that you also had courses on the distributed/decentralized web in the past. Do you have any key learnings from your work with students?

There is *the Fediverse*, *the Manyverse* and the *Metaverse* when speaking about new versions of the web. What would you call *the Old Web* in similar "*verse" terms?

Das Video zeigt wie Deutschland auf die #Klimakrise schaut: durch die Windschutzscheibe, sich sicher wähnend, ungläubig bis es zu spät ist

#FFF #FridaysForFutures #Politik #Klima #Umwelt #Zukunft #Krise #Erwärmung #Klimawahl #btw21 #AlleFürsKlima #klimakatastrophe

Giving kids Chromebooks in schools is like serving them candy for lunch. It’s something you’d do if you were either clueless or hated their guts.

What I’m trying to say is stop normalising surveillance in schools, you absolute muppets.

Excited to announce the next & blinry project: ✨ The Everything Exhibition ✨, a generator that creates virtual 3D exhibitions for any topic, based on open data. Supported by the!

Tell us your wishes or become a beta tester:

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