Open source community calls in the wake of GDPR
Just finished reading Adam Greenfield's mesmerising book 'Radical Technologies'.
Here, at the end, buried beneath the Acknowledgements section, is a list of music he listened to while composing it.
(I once did something similar in quite a serious report, but put it at the *start*)
And yes, that's an open source e-reader before someone chastises me...
Wow, it's only taken Twitter about a million years to realise that people use favouriting as bookmarking.
When is Mastodon going to get this feature?
10 mins until this month's #MoodleNet community call.
Join us this Wednesday at 16:00 UTC for this month's #MoodleNet community call!
Just finished 'Nightwalking: a nocturnal history of London' by Matthew Beaumont.
It had good parts, and satisfied the historian in me, but it had three things which irritated me (note: Beaumont is an academic)
1. It reads like a collection of articles.
2. The author uses overly-flowery language at times.
3. The foreward and afterword by Will Self is pointless.
Where migraines end and I begin