Wordie of the Week
For some fun, here is a wordplay challenge.
Try to figure out the common phrase or idiom represented by the image below.
Hover for a clue. Click the image for a better shot at an answer.
Following the link will take you to a page on this site with a way to reveal the idiom/phrase.
Open Source - Open Education - Open Minds
Learning is fun. Yes, it is. When you can look at the sources and can modify them, then your learning becomes what you want. Add motivation and willingness to challenge yourself, then learning is the stuff of success. Don't let bumps along the way make you quit.
"Failure" is overrated. It isn't a terminal state.
I am an advocate for F/LOSS. Free/Libre Open Source Software is the key to personal and organizational success. If you call it FOSS, I won't mind. You enjoy the freedom to use Free Software for any purpose, examine the code, modify the code and redistribute. Get involved, Hey?
What do you think?
The Massachusetts Computer Using Educators, Inc. (MassCUE has a group of special interest groups (SIGs). Several of them are physically located. Some are virtual gatherings. You are welcome to participate whether or not you are a MassCUE member (which is, of course, encouraged). I'm the organizer of the SIG promoting the use of Free Open Source Software in schools.
Subscribe to MOSSSIG
KDE is a community of users and developers. I am proud to be a minor participant. If you come to the Northeast GNU/Linuxfest, stop by at the KDE table to say hello.
|Kubuntu 13.10 running nicely on my computer today, .|
Licenses for work you want to share
Wikipedia and Wikimedia - Sharing the knowledge of the World.
GNU MediaGoblin is building a free as in freedom media publishing platform, and it needs your help! Donate!
Open Respect was formed to provide a common place in which we can remind ourselves that irrespective of our views on openness and freedom, respect should be at the foundation of how we communicate.
EdCampBoston provides great
professional development for educators.
Image Credit: Paul Basta
Dawn and dusk are wonderful.
"Persistence quite often turns out to be omniscience my friend." (John McNeil - email)