Totally a #HackItAll project – I am trying to build up a mailing list, right ~
Granted first things first, good content.
I don’t know if I’ll ever be there, but the aspiration takes precedent.
Next is to reach out to people!! Super cool to have had the sign-ups I have through the sharing my blog posts ~ super grateful.
But what about blasting everyone in my address book?
Continue reading “Hack It All: Email”
The project is back in gear ~ tracking University Department social media output.
I have always been a fan of academia, and wish to see it flourish and be accessible!
This project is one way to hone my own skills, while supporting the academic work being done at the institution.
Continue reading “UMN CLA Social Media Meter”
This is the new podcast I am beginning.
For a long while I was an ambiguously brown person; though I have recently been permitted to learn more about my roots, and so disambiguate much.
Regardless, throughout this podcast series the conversation of race from the perspective of brownness will be a focal point of perspective while remaining a notion open to critique.
Continue reading “Talk Brown Now!”
The primary focus has been to finish the English-learning and coding curriculum.
I’m a super far behind on the latter, and almost done with Round One of the former.
Though I am super stoked about the idioke program, especially the pricing structure!
The aim is to not burn myself out, while still be accessible to broad clientele; so as to hopefully build-up a waitlist of new clients.
That is the goal.
I was going to solicit individual lessons, but that soon felt finicky and petty.
Complete programs are the ticket! (Thanks BBF!!)
And at $300,000 COP per month for 10 hours of lessons ~ I am able to scale this up for digital group lessons. And will be able to pay USians to teach 🙂
Step by step, day by day …
I talk a bit more about the aspirations over at my Patreon.
Though everyone is able to check out the curriculum!
idioke and Away
All of the classes and curriculum are being solicited beneath the idioke umbrella, an application for learning language through music.
While I’ve recently finished updating the website to house various languages; I’ve updated the Google Application as well, though have yet to push the update 😉
Another next step will be to attempt adding Google Ads to the domain as well.
And to continue adding more songs to the library!
Pasitos siempre ~
I will continue to add to this post ~ this is just a place from which to start.
Any crafts-person relies not just on their knowledge, but their tools.
In this post I layout my complete tool-set for my entire digital existence!
Open-source: I love using free and open-source software because number one, I don’t have the money for all the proprietary stuff!
But also, the ability to dig into the software to make adjustments under-the-hood is incredibly appealing; because sometimes, you want something to work a particular way, and eureka, after a quick internet search I can find someone else with similar aspirations, see how they did it, and follow suit.
As well, by using my chosen operating system, I can easily keep up with the latest software updates, and newest features. Continue reading “Digital Toolbox”