creative commons licensed ( BY-NC-SA ) flickr photo shared by cathywitch This is part 1 of 5 in a series of posts for Building Connected Courses: Feed WordPress 101 »» Basic Concepts of Syndication «« - and what to think about even before you touch that Wordpress thing Installing and ...

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cc licensed ( BY ) flickr photo shared by Kevin Gilmour Apparently there is a strain of Technology Fatigue swirling around I've been hearing a lot of technology fatigue from faculty this year.— Bryan Alexander (@BryanAlexander) January 15, 2014 I do not have a cure. Maybe try a nap? I do not ...

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cc licensed ( BY NC SA ) flickr photo shared by amanda tipton Understanding some of the database structure of wordpress can help you out of some jams. Ot maybe make some new ones. I had a recent situation that may never happen for someone else, but knowing something about ...

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In my development work on the template for a ds106 assignment bank site I've been learning a bit more how through code I can add menus and submenu items to the wordpress dashboard. I was thinking about that while editing some of the items set in the queue for the ...

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Because she's #ds106 #4life and an awesome grandma... https://twitter.com/Rockylou22/status/371733939368386560 I do have one of these on CogDogBlog- mainly because I wanted a reference way to be able to grab the links to my own posts when I write new ones. The way I did it is a bit arcane (especially since I ...

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I was not happy with the way my site was working out to present the new collection of True Stories of Open Sharing. I found my categories were forcing me into artificial classification. And the nifty gizmo I had used previously, CoolIris, for the "wall of media", works, but is ...

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