Monthly Archives: July 2015

Where is home?

I never know what to answer when folk ask where I am from. I’m from Scotland, of course – I’ve lived here for the last 17 years, and that’s my usual answer. But sometimes folk want to know where I … Continue reading

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Ranger yourself

Apparently this week we are all to be park rangers. Well, sort of. We’ve been told to: … grab your sneakers or walking shoes, and head on out into the Great Outdoors and continue to explore the public spaces that … Continue reading

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Cultivated wild flowers

As I was wandering around Uni today I noticed this flower bed at the side of the road. Up until this year, these beds have contained cultivated flowers, but this year they also contain a fair amount of “wild” flowers … Continue reading

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An apple+ for the teacher

  An apple for the teacher is just not enough today. Another #blimage post

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Learning Technology Cats

The problem with learning technology as a specialism is that there are not enough cats involved. Oh, sure, some of us have cats and most of us enjoy watching them on the interwebz, but we don’t get them involved enough … Continue reading

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A puzzle

I’ve no idea what I am meant to be doing. Not that there’s anything new about that, but for this task in particular I feel as if I have come in at the middle of a conversation and there’s a … Continue reading

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Piles of tyres

According to the CLMOOC week 4 Make Cycle 4 email a pile of tyres is just a pile of tyres and nothing more. Really?  This is a pile of tyres waiting to be recycled. The mountain in the background is … Continue reading

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Wittgenstein and games

I haven’t even been lurking in #clmooc this week – I’ve been away on a cruise to the Faroes and some Scottish Islands on a ship called the Marco Polo (I understand there was some game called Marco Polo played … Continue reading

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Knitting for friends

At some point during rhizo15 I decided it would to start knitting for online friends. I started with a hat for Kevin (@dogtrax). This is a Klein bottle hat based on a pattern from here.       Susan(@EatcherVeggies) liked … Continue reading

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‘When I use a word,’ Humpty Dumpty said in rather a scornful tone, ‘it means just what I choose it to mean — neither more nor less.’ ‘The question is,’ said Alice, ‘whether you can make words mean so many … Continue reading

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