I use my Thingiverse account to share my 3D drawings, principally 16mm scale models for my garden railway, that I have created to print on a filament printer. (I have recently got a resin printer but I’m still getting used to it!)
Author: Simon Wood
I have a Shaarli instance which I used for hand-crafted bookmarks (when I remember). Although I have been bookmarking less frequently recently, I have remained been pretty good about tagging.
I’ve been on Mastodon for several years but not posted much yet. At the moment I’m trying to engage much more there as I try to migrate away from Twitter…
My Piwigo site has become the place where I post most of my images, and those I am most pleased with are publicly available. I do try to take time to sort and process them, though I don’t always have as much time for this as I’d like…
Simon’s Thought Development Oven
This is my learning technology blog, where I’ve occasionally posted half-baked thoughts about teaching and learning and other professional activities…
My general purpose blog is where I’ve been posting my thoughts, personal updates, and reviewing what I’ve been reading or watching since June 2005.
Almost everything I bookmark still goes to Diigo (manual bookmarks, links shared on Twitter, and via IFTTT recipes). I liked Diigo because of its capability to highlight passages within pages. I used to do my best to tag my bookmarks, but with the autoposting and my lack of attention to curating, it has become rather unwieldy…
I post short edited videos to youtube – when I have time!
My main Twitter account, where I was fairly active – but which I have abandoned, at least for now, following Musk’s takeover.
Flickr is the place where I posted those public images I was most pleased with until 2018. I no longer post there but my images remain there as an archive.