Today had a real “this is the first day of the rest of your life” feel to it, so I spent some time working on my favorite side project: my website.
This new design focuses on individual projects in lieu of long, scrolling pages with lists of outputs. I’ve included a section in each project detailing my contributions.
I’m not yet sure if I’ll use this blog to share updates. I’ve noticed several compatriots have moved back into their personal sites from blogging platforms; perhaps I’ll take a cue from them.*
In the interest of creating a clearing house of sorts, here are my Medium posts, to date:
- 2018 In Review
- Privacy in Public: A New Exhibit at a Library Near You
- New Web Literacy Resources from Mozilla & Friends: A Presentation at NYLA 2018
- Libraries and Propaganda: A Non-Exhaustive Timeline of Resistance and Cooperation
- What Librarians Are Doing In Response to Misinformation
- Our Symposium on Misinformation Just Got a Lot More Scary
- Help Us Build Data Literacy Curriculum in Mozilla’s Sprint
- NYC Open Data Resources I Learned About Last Week
- Parting Is Such Sweet Sorrow
- It’s a Wrap!
- We Made It! Wrapping Up Our Series of Web Literacy Trainings
- Further Down The Road: Testing Mozilla’s New Web Literacy Activities
- Road Testing Mozilla’s New Web Literacy Activities
- A Quick & Dirty Analysis of METRO’s Job Bank Postings
- Staring Into the Digital Abyss: One Week Without Facebook
- It’s All About the Money, Honey
- TFW Your Brain Has Been Hijacked
- The Last Remaining New Years Reveler
- Goodbye, 2017! I’ll actually kind of miss you.
- New Web Literacy Tools for Learners at NYLA 2017
- Turning Intent Into Action: The MadLib Manifesto
- Internet Privacy on YOUR Terms
- Web Literacy Leaders Convening in Chicago: Take-aways
- Toward a Healthier Internet
- Kicking off the Mozilla Web Literacy Leaders Program
- How I Made a Bluebird Sticky Note “Installation”
- Fake News and Filter Bubbles: Teaching Web Literacy Concepts at Brooklyn Public Library
- Taking the Show on the Road: Teaching Web Literacy Concepts to Librarians in Hudson Valley
- Things I Learned While Planning #METROcon17
- Building Community Beyond Transactional Engagement
- Yes, Davis is My First Name: An FAQ
- What I Wish I’d Known Before I Edited a Whole Entire Book
*I attended a panel discussion at The New School this evening about the ways in which women’s speech is curtailed online due to threats of abuse. I myself keep things profesh on all of my accounts (with the exception of Facebook, and I rarely post there). That this so-called personal blog is all about work is not lost on me.