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By: chris hunewell

Sat, 24 Mar 2007 02:40:45 +0000

Oh good! You're back! I'm happy to hear your melodic voice - and your "ramblings" - coming through my headphones once more. Interesting notion that you think you don't podcast "profound, significant things" and that you podcast mainly for yourself. I've always come away from your podcasts with a seed of an idea or something new and different to ponder. With this podcast, it's the idea that Twitter is about staying connected with people. Now I'm thinking about expanding my "Friends" list - and who it's important to stay connected with. So thanks for putting up the show(s). It's really good to have you back!

By: Janice Stearns

Thu, 22 Mar 2007 16:35:07 +0000

I thoroughly enjoyed the podcast. It was like old times. :) Your conversational style is easy to listen to. I enjoy thinking along with you. You made me think about why I hesitate to post so often. Sometimes, I think that what I have to say is not that profound, and so, I hesitate to write about it. I guess I need to forget about that and write for myself and my own learning, and then, if others follow along, fine. If not, that's okay too. Thanks for the inspiration, as always. and... Twitter does look like fun!

By: Jane Nicholls

Wed, 21 Mar 2007 06:16:34 +0000

Great to see another podcast in my itunes! You got me started on my podcasting journey. I really enjoyed listening to your ramblings and sometimes I even found the gem that I was looking for :-). Always wondered why your site was called teach '42', now it seems so obvious! There are lots of different podcasts out there and people listen for different reasons. I listen to yours because I feel like I'm listening to a friend talking, who is on the same journey as mine rather than an expert telling me what to do. I always get new ideas when I listen. You talk about the use of twitter and I think about the research around the use of cell phones. Most people use them just to locate other people and tell people where they are at. It is nice to know where people are and what they are doing. I enjoy reading where in the world David Warlick is presenting this week, why? I have no idea. But I think the real wealth in Twitter are those moments when you just want to tell someone something that has happened to you and there might not be anyone around, well now you don't have to feel so isolated. Today I taught a teacher how to make a sound file play through an entire ppt presentation. Not ground breaking, but the feeling I had when I saw her spark up at the possibilities was great. I would love to post that on Twitter so someone can enjoy that moment with me. I think I'll go over and set up my account now :-).

By: Brian Mu

Tue, 20 Mar 2007 20:18:34 +0000

It's nice to have you back here again. Your "ramblings" are great. There's no reason why everything has to be perfect. You always make me think, and I just enjoy listening and reading. Keep it up.

By: Ben

Tue, 20 Mar 2007 17:42:44 +0000

Drat, I'll have to wait to get home to add it to my iTunes feeds. Unfortunately, my current iPod has taken a turn for the worse and won't last more than 30 minutes without being plugged in, so I'll have to listen to it in the car. Thank goodness for NPR pledge drives and nothing of interest to listen to on the radio :)

By: Dave LaMorte

Tue, 20 Mar 2007 04:13:45 +0000

This is great! I'm glad you're back doing the podcast.

By: Bud Hunt

Tue, 20 Mar 2007 02:32:05 +0000

I haven't listened yet, but I'm looking forward to tomorrow's commute. It's been too long. Welcome back.