In a recent Holyrood magazine article, John McCarney (head of education services at RM Education – the current Glow provider) demonstrated a lack of understanding of the “security issues” and [ … ]
Envious of all the LAs who are ahead of you in the national roll out of Office 365 email? Want to access your Glow/Office365 email account right now? Looks like [ … ]
I’ve just read Jaye Richards-Hill’s (@JayeRHill on Twitter) very well researched article on Glow 2. I just have one small correction/point to highlight which is that the Glew development which I have [ … ]
Now back in the swing of things at school and using Glow again. But I frequently get the webgate.dll error (Oracle Bad Request you might sometimes see!). It happens when [ … ]
Would you like a winter snow effect on your Glow page(s)? You can now add falling snowflakes using this web part. Download it and then import it into your Glow [ … ]
I’ve just finished editing, creating new icons and digitally signing the toolbars for Internet Explorer and Firefox. These are now correct signed so won’t present any major problems when installing. I’ve also developed web based installers for both and an executable installation for windows – again all digitally signed!
Ok, this is exciting. My Consolarium/Glow Toolbars are now in beta. New features include a login manager which automates/remembers you Glow login and automatic URL shortening using the glo.li service.
I’ve created two toolbars, one for Internet Explorer and the other for Firefox. These are for the Consolarium mainly but they also include links to other LTS content. These toolbars link to the Consolarium Blog, LTS Online Service, the Glow Blog, the Glo.li short url service etc. The best thing about the toolbar, as it stands, is that it integrates with the new Glow Search and, just like the Google Search bar, it will keep track of your search history.
I’ve been busy hacking together some code to allow GlowBlog users and Glow users to access glo.li to make their own short urls. We all know how long Glow urls can be and wouldn’t it be great if there was a web part which automatically generated a short glo.li address for any page that it was added to?