I'll have screenshots and video throughout the tutorial, but what are other effective ways to keep everyone on or close to the same step?
Here's a spiraling TEX magnifying glass GIF.
Huh. Unsuspended within minutes. Really makes you wonder why some other things take so long to do when they're the right thing to do.
I really did not think I made a convincing enough argument to unsuspend.
I wouldn't have written this thread if I thought that it would get unsuspended and definitely wouldn't have if I had any hope of it getting unsuspended so quickly.
Well, they're all suspended now, but I really only want to get this one back up and running. The exhibit was, unbeknownst to me, delayed for a long time due to an earthquake so I was surprised to have heard it was finally going forward again. I know this work is just a trifle, but it feels nice to have it recognized as art in a gallery. A dream for it to happen with something I've done.
I'm so upset that the birb site suspended one of my art bots earlier this year. Later this month some of its work is going to be exhibited outside the US, and it would have been nice to show the live version as well.
I've wanted to set up a personal Mastodon instance for my bots so something like this can't happen again but I don't know that I'll have the time to get it done in time.
I want to start the "speaker notes are not for you the speaker" movement.
You put so much work into your beautiful presentation with nearly contentless slides, so why not write out some notes to get greater impact from all the work you put into it?
One Million and Counting
Looking forward to seeing our upcoming collaboration with the ASPCA the "Animal Turn" bump that number up even higher.
NCSU Libraries recently reached 1 million images available online. All via #IIIF
Head of Digital Library Initiatives at NCSU Libraries
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