Help! Think back to beginner’s mind: what do you consider the best one or two items, readings, or sites to help someone new understand the idea and ethos of open education/open teaching and learning?
ROI is a result of scale, which make bot spamming far less attractive on a platform like Medium. Where is evidence that the failure is due to poor design decisions rather than similar design decisions that are failing due to scale? What decisions, specifically?
Wow, that is sweet. As usual, you (and @ChrisAldrich) are way ahead of me in all things interesting!
I’m not ignorant of the technology. But “until we get a naming system” is doing a lot of work here on the human side where using terms like this really matter (and to whom the hype is being directed as a sales pitch). There have been, and will be, scores of technical revolutions within each time given an epochal title.
I assume you’ve seen this, but for fellow newbie IndieWeb wanderers, the Obsidian Hypothes.is plugin works well too. It uses built-in (Nunjuck) templating rather than Templater.
@MacSparky In MPU 633 (https://www.relay.fm/mpu/633) you seemed to have some Notion alternatives in mind, cautioning your guest to look around before committing, but didn’t give any specifics. Any suggestions of apps we should look at when evaluating?