Why today is my last day teaching online… by Ronnie Burt · July 23, 2013
VIDEOSCRIBE Would cheerfully sell my soul for this, but is my soul worth £120 per year?! Possibly not :-S Need to keep checking this site for offers – would love a freebie but think we’ve all missed out of that one.
I’m quite tempted to go for the 7-day free trial – probably enough time to fall in love with it but not master it, BUT you do get a free book about the software which might be worth snaffling?
More mysteries to which I may never find answers…
- CATEGORIES CLOUD
is now displayed as a horizontal type list – the beautiful cloud format seems to have disappeared & I can’t figure out how to get it back again. At present, there is no point in having the ‘cloud’ because it has nothing to distinguish it from the list format of the plain categories widget. Not exactly sure how it works – is it the number of posts or the volume of words which prompts the cloud to change? Or has it just suffered an untimely death on me?
- UPLOADED IMAGES
I’ve uploaded various types – photos, screen-clipped Powerpoint jpegs, bog-standard jpegs – & most look fine & can be clicked on to see an enlarged version. Photos are the exception, which pop up huge, so I need to find a way of formatting them so they are the correct size & decent quality, not the vast & blurry offerings they are at present.
- INSERTING URLs & LABELLING URLs
Need to input a label to replace URLs, & keep it short – they sprawl not only across the main body of the page, but also on top of the sidebar script if too long, & consequently are illegible.
I haven’t found a ‘search’ facility yet so I can trawl by author for co-workers’ WordPress blogs & link up, nor can I find a way of searching by topics of interest.
Are you a picky eater?
Share some of your favorite food quirks with us (the more exotic, the better!).
Omnivores: what’s the one thing you won’t eat?
Another idea shamelessly snaffled from the Daily Post 🙂
Score: Visual 13, Auditory 1, Kinaesthetic 16
I don’t have much faith in these rather oversimplistic tests – they create subjective responses which reflect your own self-perceptions.