Coding, Wordpress

Print Yer SPLOTpoints

I admit I hardly think of printing web pages. But it’s easy to get limited by your own scope of stuff you do.. One of our most active and prolific Ontario Extend Participants, @NurseKillam aka Laura Killam, has been an eager SPLOT poster child, and her questions last year led me to add a number […]

Teaching

The #ResNetSem Fab Four

Meet the four newest MA Thesis Writing Studies graduates from Kean University. They are indeed fab, and I’m proud of their accomplishments. How I, an ed-tech WordPress bending media playing geek with an MS in Geology came to be running a thesis seminar in New Jersey from home on Arizona, is a long story. It […]

Coding

Show/Fork Us The SPLOTS!

Daniel Villar has been on fire with the SPLOTs. Not only did he invite me for a workshop last month in Coventry University (and that site is a SPLOT), where we got pre-made versions of them available on Conventry.domains, he recently put three different ones into play for his new OWLTEH project. Beyond this, Daniel […]

Blogging

The Little “b” and the Big “C”

Even after 15 years of cogdogblogging there’s nothing like the smell of a blog post about blogging in the morning. I’m thinking today of the people entering into the blog network of Ontario Extend. Some obviously are not new to web writing, but I’d best in many cases, seated in front of that keyboard, many […]

Coding

Weaving New SPLOT Features

I do take requests for SPLOT features; the whole evolution of them has been propelled by ideas people have sent me. Readers should ask, “What The Hell is a SPLOT?” Good question, I have a SPLOT that answers that question (google recursion). Before plopping the details, I should acknowledge Reclaim Hosting for starting in April, […]