For today’s daily you are going to your avatar (you have an avatar right?!!?) and convert it to an ASCII image (you can use the converter here or anyone you prefer).
#oext226 @ontarioextend My Daily Extend idea is to use a Microsite to display ASCII art versions of our avatars (thanks @IrenequStewart for the inspiration). Get ready for an ASCII art invasion of your tweeter feed soon, it will feel like 1997 again. https://t.co/63wPqEgTyW pic.twitter.com/oIFUmQrQGq
— Steven Secord (@stevensecord) July 17, 2018
What is a Microsite you ask? Check out the article here for more details but essentially they are websites that are contained within their own URLs.
According to itty.bitty.site:
This means they’re…
💼Portable – you don’t need a server to host them
👁Private – nothing is sent to–or stored on–this server
🎁Easy to share as a link or QR code
How could you use a microsite in your own teaching and/or learning?