Wesley Fryer, Ph.D. (@wfryer)

Oklahoma City, OK

The below is an off-site archive of all tweets posted by @wfryer ever

June 7th, 2014

@eshileman I hadn’t, interesting. You started using it?

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@kagmoran former founders of Posterous actually are the programmers at @posthaven

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@kagmoran and @posthaven isn’t free, it’s $5 per month, but at least they are very determined not to “go away” like Posterous did

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@kagmoran You can post images to Blogger sites via email, which is good, but not other rich media attachments

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@kagmoran yes, I am so bummed about that too, and need to update Playing with Media mainly for that reason :-( @posthaven is the closest

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I helped my wife @sfryer setup her own WordPress website for blogging tonight! shellyfryer.com

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sfryer New post: Learning to Blog goo.gl/N8e6JA

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Listening to gr8 video podcast of @DaveRamsey & @RachelCruze talk on financial freedom & legacy at @lifechurchtv j.mp/1po3pEK

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[VIDEO] A First Drive: Google Self Driving Car Project j.mp/1hGetxs via @NPR

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iReading: Jimmy Wales Blasts Europe’s “Right To Be Forgotten” Ruling As “Terrible Danger” j.mp/1uAA6B7 by @riptari on @TechCrunch

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ChrisParadise The first collaborative piece with @ClaudiaSwisher - Why we aren’t celebrating HB3399. christieparadise.blogspot.com/2014/06/why-we…

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@mlexline I’m glad to help :-) Keep the questions coming!

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iReading: Press Ctrl+Alt+? for Huge List of Chromebook Shortcuts j.mp/1kO6YTX by @davegreenbaum on @lifehacker

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Morning Family Nature Walk @ Martin Nature Park instagram.com/p/o84M6rugNc/

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@mlexline yes, I am totally loving @site5 & highly recommend them as a web host, plz use this link if you use them! ow.ly/3lusxk

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@mlexline I’m really interested in supporting you and others who want to try family learning blogs!

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@mlexline that is super, plz keep sending me questions & stay in touch as you are working on this

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@mlexline yes, & it gives you a “homebase” to share all the different kinds of media you are creating, just like you can in the classroom!

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@mlexline they are relatively easy to maintain, and such a great way for adults and kids to develop digital literacy & communication skills

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@mlexline surprisingly I’ve only found a few other educators who have created and used family learning blogs over the years

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@mlexline I absolutely love our family learning blog and it is been a huge part of my own developing digital literacy over the years

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@mlexline this is probably a topic I should create some tutorials and even write a short book about!

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@mlexline I also really like Bluehost, @bobsprankle uses them and I think has been pleased

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@mlexline my current web host is @site5 site5.com - since I started in 2005 w self hosted WordPress I have used 4 companies

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@mlexline right, you should pay something like six dollars per month or $70 per year for a basic hosting account.

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@mlexline if you’re just getting going w WordPress I would start w a free WordPress.com site, easier to maintain and more secure

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@mlexline here’s an example of a ow.ly/3luqHq site I’ve used for 5+ years with Sunday school class students ow.ly/3luqHp

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@mlexline with WordPress.com you can set your site up for free, but there are more limitations on plug-ins and themes you can use

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@mlexline you have to pay a web host to run WordPress on your own site, or have a friend with a hosting account who will host it for you

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@mlexline i’d be glad to answer any specific questions you have, please send me a link to your site when you get going!

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@mlexline here’s a 2009 @SlideShare I presented at on the power of our family learning blog ow.ly/3luqoF

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@mlexline we use a self hosted WordPress for our family learning blog, but you could definitely use a WordPress.com site instead

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@mlexline it’s helpful to set up categories for each person as well as different topics you think you will be addressing

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@mlexline I really like WordPress, the free iOS apps are great for family members to use to post mobile images and text

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@NewsOK what is URL to the @oksde estimate of $62,000 for new standards rewrite included in Friday’s CCSS repeal impacts article?

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iReading: ANALYSIS: How will cutting Common Core affect education in Oklahoma? j.mp/1ldUKUI by @NewsOK

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Setup for an indoor Pentecost Picnic tomorrow! @ First Presbyterian Church of Edmond - Official Page instagram.com/p/o8nSpHugJd/

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mkurashige MT @edutopia: Learn how games can help students embrace their mistakes: edut.to/1pRSoLK. pic.twitter.com/ttAAfFr9PK

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woscholar Pretty sweet way to use your iPhone with your car. Basically, OnStar for $100 with no subscription: automatic.com

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I updated the screencasting / narrated slideshow page of with @screencasto as client-based software too j.mp/1phelEf

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