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My quick thoughts, back stage, and rants as I try to Teach kids about the Web while learning how to help others build a better Web.

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Greg McVerry

Give a kid a blog and watch them become content creators. Give them a Domain and watch them create an identity.

Greg McVerry

I think and would play nice together. Our focus , ethical tech, student data, and privacy make us ideal partners. So much I won't even give you antecedents. https://twitter.com/jgmac1106/status/993486240409305088

You can see examples of past interviews (user stories not new user think alouds so far here): https://indieweb.org/WordPress/Onboarding

Greg McVerry

@reclaimhosting needs to write a 5 page book and sell it for $40 (heck I'll write it). In that book have an access code for a student shared hosting plan. This way I can have it in the bookstore and kids can use financial aid to cover the cost. Asking department to cover is going to get really hard in CT fiscal situation.

Greg McVerry

This is what I am exploring.

For academics in our spaces whose , , , , philosophies align with principles would the tools like MicroPub and MicroSub and standards like webmentions not only make tracking the spread of our stuff, but more importantly encouraging the spread and spirit, without recreating another silo. Regardless of how open?

The OER Commons tools look promising and we would need stuff like that for most educators but I was trying to figure out what a DIY approach could look like as well.