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Greg McVerry

Greg McVerry

Hey collecting "Why Can't I" and "I Can't" search engine found poems.

Examples: http://longthoughts.jgregorymcverry.com/doku.php?id=glokal_yokels_episode_two#possible_poems

Go to your search engine, enter "I can't" "Why Can't I" (or we) screen shot the results and type up a found poem.

Greg McVerry

Today's daily thought prompt: What builds your self-esteem? Why?

Greg McVerry

Feedback is a story. You can help people grow with positive feedback or make them hate and resent with negative. The math is that simple. A poem I found on the subject by: @techbuddhist https://rascal.press/buddhist-tech/2019/3/16/mind-and-reality-an-ancient-view

Greg McVerry

Hey here is a video describing our "Learn Something" project for this month: https://jgregorymcverry.com/videos/EDU106LearnSomething.mp4 (captions coming soon)
If any or want to join us, just pick something, learn about it, reflect, blog, rinse repeat

Greg McVerry

@hreingold added section to @wikipedia fandom article exploring role of technology and fandom. Share with=students or make edits==. Need to expand fandom article overall, but good start. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fandom#Fandom_and_Technology

Greg McVerry

Hey good article on the unquantified self for people who chose the quantified self as an unselfie project: https://snarfed.org/2013-09-24_the-unquantified-self

Greg McVerry

Your personal website should be the answer to everyone of these questions , anchor your in your identity, model this practice for students, root the web in local communities, not in multinational corporations

Greg McVerry

Maybe the question should be "why do people take risky selfies" but instead "who gets to define risky"

Greg McVerry

@AMistralis People have always done "risky" stuff. They just do risky stuff with a camera phone in their pocket. Selfie culture has helped to shift our gender and sexuality norms.

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