First day “time slicing.” I like the results! Productivity FTW.
New favorite music – The Price Sisters. Close harmony old-fashioned bluegrass. “If I’m going to be lonely, let me be lonely alone.” What a great lyric. 🎼
Staying at a lovely AirBnB in Waltham, MA. Yeah, there are a few annoyances, like no spoons, but my host has nice kids, there’s a professor who has lived here for a semester, and an exchange high school student from Columbia. We’re having pleasant, HUMAN, interactions this morning. Gives me faith.
Just finished teaching the last webinar of the semester. Jeez, I had wonderful students this term.
Lunch in Cambridge MA
Nice all-in-one-place Markdown Cheatsheet because I can NEVER remember if it’s square brackets around the link or parenthesis. Anyone have a mnemonic?
Putting a save here for Rosemary’s Automation Orchard so I can remember to go back to it and learn a lot more about automation. I’ve been diving into Workflow and Drafts5 lately, mostly in order to post efficiently to micro.blog, so this is timely.
A recent tea I like
This free online book is a super useful resource for everyone. While it was written for students by Michael Caulfield (@holden on Twitter), it provides the simple tools and thought process needed by all of us who want to avoid spreading lies on the Internet. Web Literacy for Student Fact Checkers