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The Medium is Pressible 

An excerpt from my Pressible network post, The Medium is Pressible: Then along came Ev Williams‘ Medium, and now Medium has Bright, a curated selection of Medium articles focused on education. Is Pressible still relevant? It’s helpful to think of Pressible as a local-but-still-networked version of Bright: a place to “easily write and share a story without the setup, …

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The State of Pressible 

This site is a very good example of the current state of the Pressible universe: ... Sometimes it's good to have a place to try out new ideas! P.S. We hope you make it back someday.

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350/2500 

350 sites, 2,500 authors!

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1500 

Fifteen hundred authors!

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Connecting Social Media to Pressible 

Last Friday we pushed an update to Pressible that created a new set of options to connect Twitter, Facebook, and a TC affiliation to a Pressible site. The post on the Pressible root site outlines the how to's. These features arose from a user request and we worked to define and develop how the badges …

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Talking Entrepreneurship 

I'm excited to have the chance to visit a Teachers College class today (ORLA 4501: Entrepreneurship and Education) and discuss Pressible and related communications strategies. Pressible is a publishing platform developed (and currently hosted) by the Gottesman Libraries at Teachers College. Here are some things individuals and groups can do with Pressible: Publish! (share written …

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A Good Meeting about Identity 

Brian and I just had a meeting with one of our partners from the Arts and Humanities department where we discussed ideas about future features and iterations of Pressible. The Pressible team tries to focus on outreach with our existing users as much as possible so it is nice to be able to sit down and …

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Thanks Luke! 

We had the pleasure of receiving a little positive feedback from Luke over at Baruch College about our Wordpress presentation.   He is actually working on a blog project for their school as well (called "Blogs@Baruch", members only access).  We appreciate the positive words and look forward to talking to you about stuff like this …

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Wordcamp NYC 2010 

If you're interested in hearing about the process of developing Pressible, make your way down to Baruch College's "vertical campus" this weekend. Eric Buth and Patrick Carey will be discussing Pressible at Wordcamp on Saturday. Check back soon for details about their presentation!

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Pressible Workshops and Office Hours 

If you're just discovering Pressible, or have some questions you'd like to have answered by the team, we are hosting a Workshop series (Tuesday, September 7th, and Wednesday September 15th) at 4:00pm in the Second Floor Collaboration Space.   We are holding office hours right this very minute 2nd Floor Collaboration space, and will be …

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Posts instead of Pages 

The Question The Pressible Team has been asked why Pressible doesn't allow for more Page-creation options. For example, the following issues have been raised by a Pressible User (who is an author and also a site administrator): Information in Posts get buried beneath other Posts A Post doesn't feel like a "landing page" A Page could be …

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Who’s reading “Learning at the Library?” 


Reposted from All About Data Visualization. Written by Brian Hughes.

The Pressible Team regularly reviews site analytics for the Pressible network. Often we look at snapshots of site traffic like the image below. This example – data from a month of traffic on the Learning at the Library site – shows the distribution of traffic sources (where a visiter to the site came from). As …

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The Journey Begins 

I am currently working on a Wordpress plugin codenamed Rec Tags Redux. It's top-secret official name will be unveiled at release. The purpose of this plugin is ultimately to modify the "Post Tags" box in the "New Post" page so that it recommends tags for your post based on a) the actual content of the …

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Evaluation of WP LaTeX Plugin 

We received the following request: Would it be possible to add the following WordPress plugin to pressible? As Pressible grows we anticipate requests for WordPress plugins to increase. This post will illustrate some of the steps we take to evaluate if a plugin makes sense and is worth supporting network wide. First we asked ourselves …

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Pressible 1.0 

We pushed new code over the weekend, and now it's official: Pressible 1.0 is here! There are a lot of things we're excited about, but most notably: Twitter integration. Pressible will tweet for you when you publish a new post. Header makeover. Each Pressible site now allows for uploading a header image. Currently a default …

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Live Post: Gus Andrews’ Media Show Case Study 

We are well into the launch event for Pressible, and I am currently watching Gus Andrews give a talk on the Media Show. Three prongs of the case study: Student oriented - production of MS as a means of teaching video production Teacher oriented - MS as a media literacy teaching tool Anyone oriented - …

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Pressible Launch at the Gottesman Libraries 

I'm very excited about our upcoming community launch event for Pressible. After four months of supporting the beta version, and six months of development, we are committing to a stable feature-set. We're going to call this version of Pressible our "1.0" (and adjust some of our past descriptions accordingly). We haven't finished building Pressible – …

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“The Summer of Pressible” EdLab Seminar 

We are a mere 13 days from the official launch of Pressible 1.0 on June 1st! To get the rest of the Lab geared up for what we've begun calling "The Summer of Pressible," we're presenting at the weekly EdLab Lunchtime Seminar outlining our ideas, our features, and our hopes for the summer. The Lab's …

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Reaching Beyond “Outreach” 

"Outreach" is an abused term: overused, exploited, and misunderstood. The idea that there is one type of outreach, or a single method for a single product, is obviously absurd. But from politician's "community outreach efforts" to those of big corporations "giving back through outreach," it becomes clear that genuine human interaction is the key to …

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