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Comment on My BLC08 Day 2 by David Truss :: Pair-a-dimes for Your Thoughts » defragging my brain after BLC08

Wed, 10 Nov 2010 19:53:04 +0000

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Comment on Merry Southgate / Agnes Pflumm Website by Andy Cohen

Fri, 28 Aug 2009 11:50:31 +0000

Good Morning, I'm trying to get back in touch with Merry. We've worked together on and off over the years and I would really appreciate her input on a project. I can be reached at cohena@ashleyhall.org or cell phone (843) 224-3610 Thank you for your help, Andy Cohen



Comment on What’s the fascination? by It’s My Blog’s First Birthday And Here’s My Birthday Wish | Sue Waters's Blog

Mon, 23 Feb 2009 08:07:28 +0000

[...] But most important my blogging has helped me connect with wonderful people throughout the World, and whose friendship I value. I’m sorry I won’t be coming to NECC. [...]



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Wed, 17 Sep 2008 10:20:04 +0000

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Comment on A district that gets it! by kennedy04

Mon, 11 Aug 2008 10:48:33 +0000

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Comment on Let the conversations begin! by Cathy Nelson

Mon, 04 Aug 2008 12:15:00 +0000

@Sue--You have been the MOST helpful blog expert and friend I have encountered here. So I thank you so much. If not for you, I probably wouldn't have been brave enough to venture out on my own.



Comment on Let the conversations begin! by Sue Waters

Mon, 04 Aug 2008 04:18:38 +0000

Hi Cathy - always happy to help you and others :) . Apologies for taking so long to drop past your post but I'm traveling on the other side of Australia with limited Internet access since last week. Looking forward to heading home at the end of this week.



Comment on Enjoying BLC08 from afar by Cathy Nelson

Thu, 31 Jul 2008 03:37:26 +0000

@Kim--This is exactly why I was willing to give up my opportunity to attend this year--I knew I would have a means to follow it to a degree. Te 21st century tools allowed me to be right in the room, and in one of the sessions I jumped in, the presenter, Darren Kurupotwa, even answered a question we posed in the UStream chat. How cool is that?



Comment on Let the conversations begin! by Janice

Thu, 31 Jul 2008 02:21:33 +0000

Thanks for the reminder. Blogspot is blocked by our board for precisely the reason you mentioned - the next blog button. I had a PDF which I've since misplaced in the transition from one generation of computers to the next to the next to the next, which explained exactly how to remove the button, but even after I called the person "with authority" and explained that I could remove that button, she still wouldn't change the filter and allow my site to be seen. I was SO frustrated. I'd spent almost an entire summer getting the blog ready! A few years later there is much better stuff available. Your post reminded me of how far I've come!



Comment on Enjoying BLC08 from afar by Kim Wren

Wed, 30 Jul 2008 17:10:00 +0000

I have to agree. I watched alot of the NECC conference from home using the same tools- Ustream, twitter, etc. This was something I didn't even KNOW I could do a year ago, until my TIS introduced me to the K12online conference. This totally makes learning easier and accessible. I think this is definitely the start of what learning is going to look more and more like.