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Incorporated Subversion Has Moved

Thu, 20 Jan 2005 03:14:21 GMT

Please click below to visit the new home of incorporated subversion.


[This is the last reminder before my Radio subscription runs out... I've also got rid of the comments & trackback links as they destroy the loading of this page, they're still archived though]

incorporated subversion new home

Thu, 18 Nov 2004 00:12:01 GMT

This is just a quick reminder that incorporated subversion doesn't live here any more... the new site is
here and the new RSS feed is here.

(As I was writing this Radio was kind enough to re-start and wipe what I'd written... just to remind me that I'm doing the right thing :O)

Incorporated Subversion New Webfeed

Wed, 20 Oct 2004 06:02:17 GMT



Mon, 27 Sep 2004 01:59:18 GMT

Pretty overwhelmed by stuff at the moment but will be backson, promise :o) Have just wiped over 2000 items from Bloglines as don't feel I can make my way through them... so if I start posting stupid, right, then...

The Age & Sydney Morning Herald RSS Feeds

Mon, 06 Sep 2004 03:35:33 GMT

I guess that's the way it works, some guy driving round the States tells you that the paper you read each weekend in Melbourne offers RSS feeds :o)

The Age RSS Feeds

The Sydney Morning Herald RSS Feeds

Robin Good on Synchronous Tools

Fri, 03 Sep 2004 04:52:44 GMT

Excellent presentation (30 odd minutes) and use of Breeze on a new generation and understanding of synchronous communication tools by Robin Good. This is the best practical overview of synchronous tools I've encountered so far and a great use of Breeze (wishing for a license, or just the ability to use Breeze over a period of time to demonstrate how good it is ... wishing, wishing, wishing) [via elearnspace]


Tue, 31 Aug 2004 23:32:48 GMT

This is hardly news but can I just add to the heap of praise for Stephen's Educational Blogging article. Succinct, powerful, persuasive and, I reckon, a moment that might just be one we look back on as a significant point in time. In many ways a great piece of collaboration with Will too. Love it!

Also Brian Lamb's Wide Open Spaces: Wikis, Ready or Not, I'm lost for words!