Weekly Web Harvest for 2022-11-06

NetNewsWire – On Following Twitter Feeds with NetNewsWireIn NetNewsWire 6 we added the ability to follow Twitter in NetNewsWire. It’s an RSS reader, not a full-blown Twitter client, but it does allow you to follow timelines, mentions, and searches. Bike: Innovative Rich Text EditingWatching the video and thinking about the small details of tools. Also […]

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Weekly Web Harvest for 2022-10-30

Cadillac Lyriq #shorts – YouTubeso much technology in education is the glove box Hey Elon: Let Me Help You Speed Run The Content Moderation Learning Curve | TechdirtNow play it out in all the ‘disruption’ lands — taxi/uber, hotel/air b&b, education . . . AreYouPressworthy.comThis website calculates your press value based on current reporting in […]

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Weekly Web Harvest for 2022-10-16

Dashboard Design Patterns Jason Scott on Twitter: “https://t.co/OgxaCTVSC9” / Twitter Paolo Pedercini on Twitter: “Meta announced Microsoft Excel for VR and I’m actually delighted because I’ve been collecting images of immersive spreadsheets for almost 10 years https://t.co/Nz81K5uOhR” / Twitter Jazz FM Romania | Listen live worth looking at Michael Thomas on Twitter: “You know all […]

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Weekly Web Harvest for 2022-10-09

Legs are coming to the Metaverse and everyone is…underwhelmed | Mashable “Everyone has been waiting for this,” said Zuckerberg’s elevated avatar at yesterday’s Meta Connect developer event. “But seriously, legs are hard, which is why other virtual reality systems don’t have them either”. Warren Craddock on Twitter: “I’ve worked on a number of high-profile failures: […]

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Weekly Web Harvest for 2022-09-25

Climate Mapping for Resilience and Adaptation Climate Mapping for Resilience and Adaptation (CMRA) integrates information from across the federal government to help people consider their local exposure to climate-related hazards. People working in community organizations or for local, Tribal, state, or Federal governments can use the site to help them develop equitable climate resilience plans […]

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