Replied to a post on twitter.com :
@geonz reason both Piaget and Vygotsky believed learning connected to frustration. Luckily #IndieWeb uses a more social model aligned to Vygotsky. This isn't developmental but social...and not your fault.
Learning also moderated by tools and activity, and the tools your shared host are providing are wacky. I have never seen a rewrite rule like that...
So moderate with activity and ask for help from your shared host.
If they don't help vote with dollars. Move
welp, with the concepts I feel I'm at a zone of good development... thinking objects, etc... but when the Thing To Be LEarned is an arbitrary "somebody has to tell you where to click" it's a different kind of learning. Wonder where Vygotsky would go with it.
This is why I take a hybrid approach. Nothing goes on jgregorymcvery.com until I can not only build it but also understand (can't copy/paste knowledge). I use @withknown and @microdotblog to get the social stream features I want (quickthoughts.jgregorymcverry.com/s/2fbsay)
Also on: @jgmac1106