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Is blogging therapy?

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Is blogging therapy?

I wrote may last post about two hours ago.  This was post #3 after my 30 or so days interregnum.  I spent a month rejigging some of my habits, getting rid of junk and clearing the decks.  Now I’m just catching up with some of the blogs I watch. After posting and reading, (as well…

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Disclaimers for blogs on our site

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Just considering the question of a disclaimer for an official site. Some samples . . . The student blogs available on this website represent a real and authentic depiction of student life at Wilfrid Laurier University. In an effort to present this authentic depiction, the university maintains minimal editorial control over the communications of its…

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Blogging . . .

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A meme I suspect is doing the rounds . . .87%How Addicted to Blogging Are You? Mingle2 – Forget where I saw this first (I was surfing) but then I saw it on GTD Wannabe and clicked on the link. 87% seems a bit high. I think a month ago things would have been different.

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Thoughts on Communities, Blogs and Moodle

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Thoughts on Communities, Blogs and Moodle

I’ve taken a bit of a break from the community aspect of my life. The change from the College to the University has accounted for most of this. However, things have moved on. First the West Coast visit and now next week we have our next session on community nurture/community development, and the first for…

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Tags in delicious are not bookmarks

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Last year my laptop was reimaged, and I’m just getting some basics sorted – like some Firefox plugins for delicious. I still have not found what I’m looking for. I tried a plug-in I had not seen before. Delicious Bookmarks. This extension integrates your browser with del.icio.us (del.icio.us/), the leading social bookmarking service on the…

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Blogs, Adverts and Books.

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Blogs, Adverts and Books.

Alex Boschmans discovered yesterday I’d commented favourably on his blog design, but with a little throw away comment on the Google Ads. Alex’s comment: It’s true, I admit it, I put a google ad on my frontpage. But it’s supposed to be just the one wee small text-ad, it shouldn’t take up much space… I…

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Tags in delicious are not bookmarks

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Last year my laptop was reimaged, and I’m just getting some basics sorted – like some Firefox plugins for delicious. I still have not found what I’m looking for. I tried a plug-in I had not seen before. Delicious Bookmarks. This extension integrates your browser with del.icio.us (del.icio.us/), the leading social bookmarking service on the…

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Mark is on the move

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Mark is on the move

Mark Nichols has a blog I sometimes dip into. He’s just finishing off one life and heading for another. Here is the start of his latest post: Yes, just two more entries will be made in this blog following this one. I have already ‘booked’ my new professional blog site and will activate it as…

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Blog Five

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The standard default message for WordPress: Welcome to WordPress. This is your first post. Edit or delete it, then start blogging! I’ve just ported all my posts to WordPress. I think this will be where I stay for a while. AFTERWORD 1 Dec 2006: Someone has found this blog when I wasn’t ready.     I…

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Should All Learning Professionals be Blogging?

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Should All Learning Professionals be Blogging?

Learning Circuits is has their big question of the month for October as: Should All Learning Professionals be Blogging?I just thought I would have my 2 cents worth on this question. Part of my answer to this question stems from some of the dialogue we had in Florence in early October. The blog is here….

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