Stop spam and personal data capture

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Free email encoding for websites and blogs:

Any email address entered on this blog is converted automatically into a code designed to foil spam-bots.

This is done using the WP Email Encoder Bundle

It comes with the form below. You can use this to generate an encoded email address, eg. to embed in your own website or blog:

Mailto Link:

Powered by Email Encoder Bundle

There are many free email encoders like this one on the internet.

 

Free personal url to hide your email: scr.im

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“Leaving your email as plain text in forums, on Twitter or on classified sites makes you an easy spam target: spam robots and email harvesters constantly browse these sites to collect new victim emails.”

This is my “scrimmed” email address for this website, if you would like to select it to see how it works: i…@s…e.net

There might be other free services like scr.im – but I rather like ladybirds.

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Free CPD for SLPs via Twitter

If you are looking for Free CPD on the web, this is a good place to start:

Free CPD and resources for SLPs via Twitter

After a break from blogging I came back here and discovered, with horror, how difficult it was to find content that I know is here . . . somewhere.

One of the problems is with pages, rather than blog posts.

It is not possible to assign a “Category” to a page or to “tag” a page.

I run another blog, all to do with ukuleles, and over there I have routinely blogged links to new pages.  It might mean an extra step or two to get to a target page but at least there is a signposted path to follow.

So, to help make this site more user-friendly, it is time to blog some links to the pages.

Better late than never!

YouTube auto generated channels for SLPs

Quite by chance, I noticed yesterday that there was a YouTube auto generated Channel for Augmentative and Alternative Communication.  Remembering that Kate Caryer had asked members of the “Unspoken” Group for links to AAC media, I popped straight over to Facebook to post the link.

When I came back to YouTube, I could not find this channel again.  This time, it didn’t turn up in the search results for “augmentative and alternative communication”.  So back I went to Facebook to find and copy the link that I had posted there.  Only I could not find the “Unspoken” Group!  So back I went in my browser history to find it, resolving to bookmark the channel and subscribe to it, in order to save time in future.

I was intrigued to know where this channel had come from.  The answer is on the Official YouTube for May 4th 2012,  “Finding and following new channels you love“.  There is further info on the YouTube Support Page – extract below: Continue reading “YouTube auto generated channels for SLPs”