🦉 Owlstown Newsletter #35: Giving Thanks
On Thursday, it’s Thanksgiving Day here in the United States. It’s a day to be with family and friends, have a huge meal, and, of course, give thanks. I have so many things to be thankful for, and one of them is the Owlstown community.
Thank you for sharing your research online and choosing Owlstown as your website builder. The world is better in having access to your work.
Thank you for subscribing to one of the Pro plans. Your support helps keep the Owlstown servers running.
Thank you for sending feedback, sharing feature ideas, and alerting me of bugs. You help Owlstown improve to become the best website builder for academics.
What’s new in Owlstown
Owlstown Hub is a space in Owlstown where you can easily find content from academic websites. It consists of a feed of newly updated content, a directory of academic websites, a search feature, and profile pages. Read the blog post for more details.
You can filter by location, type, and theme on the Directory of Academic Websites.
Every Owlstowner has an Owlstown profile. Your profile page is like a business card, an all-in-one-page with your name and links to your website, online profiles, and recently updated web pages.
From the community
Sophie Parkinson wrote The kids aren’t alright: what exactly is resilience?
Falko Schmidt presented at the Nanomotor Mini Talk Series about active droploids.