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Separated and Connected

Earlier this morning I was corresponding with a friend from Estonia. Early morning rural Australia fits in well with late night Tallinn. We were discussing...

Visualising Olympic Performance

I receive a daily update from the Diigo Teacher-Librarian Group. Yesterday Cathy Oxley shared three Olympic resources with Group members. All three have an interesting approach...

Cirrus 111203

A brief Cirrus post to end the week. I read with interest news of a Little Printer via a Scholarly Kitchen post. Berg has produced...

Classroom Technology

In November 2000 I was invited to give a presentation to a national conference of educators on the topic of Information and Communications Technology...

Fossicking in the Social Web

According to Wikipedia, fossicking is a term found in Cornwall and Australia referring to prospecting. "This can be for gold, precious stones, fossils, etc. by...

It Is Personal

A few days ago I received a link to Paul Adam's Real Life Social Network v2 presentation at Voices That Matter Web Design Conference...

Linking, Connecting, Sharing

Each day I receive a range of links to blogs posts and web tools. A post from the ABC (18 January) alerted me to...

Edging to Open Learning in Open Spaces

Last week I had the opportunity to visit Ballarat to discuss Edgeless Challenges and Opportunities. I have been thinking a great deal about learning...

Accidental Connectivism and the Impulse to Write

Writing has been on my mind a lot lately. Perhaps because I have been thinking about writing I am finding stimuli everywhere and everywhen....

Point of Departure: Food for Thought 1.1 (W to S)

I have been away enjoying the Australian summer but I have been thinking about this post for some time. Last year I posted a...