Welcome to the Folkuniversitetet Demonstration Blog Site This blog is used for demonstration purposes during IT Körkort classes. It is also used as a general guinea pig for testing system upgrades. This post is a “sticky” post which means that it will always appear above the chronological listing of posts (latest first).
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Spotify URLs will now automatically render in a page or a post. Just paste the URL on a separate line – the same procedure as for YouTube URLs.
This is to make sure that Brian can embed Soundcloud files in his workshop. Select your soundcloud file and click the share symbol. Do not click on embed Copy the url and paste it into your post on a separate line. If the file does not render within the soundcloud player, type in the word… Continue reading Soundcloud embed test for Brian
Here is an example of a typical Welsh accent Here is an external mp3 file
This is a YouTube video of Jack Andrake receiving an award for his work on the early detection of Pancreatic Cancer. This is a link to the story.
Dark Side of the Moon by Pink Floyd, released March 1973, is the greatest album of the 70s; it changed everything. Brain Damage (Waters) 3:50 The lunatic is on the grass. The lunatic is on the grass. Remembering games and daisy chains and laughs. Got to keep the loonies on the path. The… Continue reading My favourite album
“Hen” is used as a term of address for a woman in Glasgow: as in, “How ya doin hen?” – translation “How are you?”. Hen is a very common term of address for a woman north of the border, much like “love” in London – “love” though can be used to address anyone. Here is… Continue reading Hen: the Glaswegian factor
The Reverend Robert Walker Skating on Duddingston Loch, better known by its shorter title The Skating Minister, is an oil painting by Sir Henry Raeburn in the National Gallery of Scotland in Edinburgh. It was practically unknown until about 1949; today, however, it is one of Scotland’s best known paintings. It is considered an icon… Continue reading Week 10 – discuss this painting
This is what we will be doing this term