A third experiment with using Google Streetview app’s 360-degree photo, this time in New York City’s Central Park.
A second experiment with using Google Streetview app’s 360-degree photo, this time on the second floor of Case Center at Skidmore College.
What a great idea!
Hey kids! Want to help raise the visibility of women writers of the fantastic? With trumpet’s blare, let me unveil:
Women artists made a concerted effort recently to get more of them written into history. More people turn to Wikipedia than to any other source. Women are still largely missing unless they are the few really big names in history. Here’s Mary Shelley’s page. It’s fairly comprehensive, but there aren’t enough 20th C women with the same detail. Comprehensive is great, but every little bit helps.
Only 2% of the users edit Wikipedia. A huge percentage of them are male. And as time goes on fewer people are doing any editing, so diversity is bound to be an issue.
This is a great way for members who want to be more active in promoting ALL…
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