Fun with Diigo’s Screenshot Tool

It is easy to take Diigo for granted. It is so useful. It still does what I want it to do, especially screenshots. I explored this a bit and I found out that the screenshots create embeds. Wow!

“I did not know that”

Walter Sobchack in “The Big Leowski”, 1998

So I created a blog post with screenshots and captions. A mostly wordless map of my morning online.

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Exploring how much Soundtrap costs. Free but limited plan is what I have. Can’t afford the $12/month plan that sounds like the one I would want. Always worth looking. This might be why teachers need Patreon accounts.

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A poem I put on a Wikimedia etherpad with some commentary. Problem with the small font? Control-Plus key for Mac, Win-Plus for Windows?

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Daniel Bassill and I are working away at a very interesting YouTube video.

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I have my own name for this: the principle of easification–do the smallest most viable act that moves you forward even a little, then keep doing them. I do like the phrase, “shrink the quantum of experience”.

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I put this on my summer read/listen/watch list.

Close reading of Nachmanovich’s The Art of Is here.

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    Hi Terry. If I had not read this post I would not have known that you commented on the YouTube article a few days after I did. I didn’t receive the normal notice of a “new comment”. Don’t know why.

    Thanks for continuing to share ideas on new ways to do things.

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