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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.

Greg McVerry

I think I was able to figure out a way to issue a badge from the wiki to myself: https://jgregorymcverry.com/badges/ I so believe in credentialing at the DNS level as a pathway to the

Greg McVerry

@_gw Ghost super cool. Just doesn't play with toys I like, teaching with post types, social readers and webmentions is something blogging teachers been missing last ten years. @grantcodes and @schmarty play a lot I will break em down and /Sawyer one of em

Greg McVerry

@leefink Easiest way to answer this is "My url is...." This way our students, not the university and not the vendors are in charge of their data. Privacy through data empowerment. Learning through self-empowerment.

Greg McVerry

Support the faculty of @ucla boycott Elsevier.... They profit through exploitation.

We no longer need journal. Publishers

Time for the tyranny to end.

Learning needs to go

Greg McVerry

Scratch also an interesting community for cross comparative case studies of learning in similar to and . Network missing in our models of comprehension and disciplinary literacies studies. Wonder what holds true intergenerational?

Greg McVerry

Something about agentive writing. The sense of real ownership. It changes someone's relationship with data and information. You can not understand how truth is shaped online until you shape your own.

Greg McVerry

But#credweb more than leaving negligent and complicit partners behind. It's about the and owning your space. Fight Fake News. Give a Kid a Website.

Greg McVerry

@agentofuser Here is where I am in my design: https://jgmac1106homepage.glitch.me/ It isn't perfect but I am not using any CSS I don't fully grok, which leads to compromises as I learn CSS Grid, can't copy and paste my way to greatness.

Greg McVerry

@krnlpnc_ is the web. Join by getting space online, preferably your own Domain. Do not trust @Medium to be around forever, but you can always own your content. Think claim "everybody" blogs on Medium bit off as well. We index over 2300 sites, 6 million pages 380 gigs of data

Greg McVerry

@agentofuser There are WordPress, Jekyll, and Drupal themes compatible that take many design cues from @Medium...but I also think , "I would write more if my blog was prettier," is a myth.