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Let number five begin!

Today brings to a close the fourth year I have maintained this blog.  Much has changed in those four years, including relocating my home a couple of times as well as changing jobs three times. What? yeah.  If your curious about either of these, you’ll have to ask in person. It has been hosted in […]

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Voices in my head

Just got through commenting on a relatively new librarian blogger’s post about adding some blogs to follow. It’s been a while since I have done this, so I thought now would be a good time to let readers know whose voices are shaping my thinking and practice.  I have a folder in my Google Reader for library […]

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A long time ago when I first became a school library media specialist, I volunteered to create the school a web presence.  At the time the district was hosting their school websites at the local university (University of South Carolina – Aiken.) My assignment was to create the files, take them on floppy disk to […]

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Your Vote Counts

Today evidently Edublogs released the nominations for their annual Eddies. I always love to see who made the cut.  This is a good time to go into my reader and remove blogs that I skip or skim daily, and replace with new voices I was not familair with. I created a folder for them to […]

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Wow 2 years has flown by.  It is my blog birthday THIS FRIDAY.  I don’t know if my blogging skills have grown, but some of my earlier posts are downright laughable.  My very first post was about the K12 Online Conference too. Maybe the K12 Online Conference is the sole inspiration for my blogger’s heart. […]

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A blog is a story to weave I blog because I feel the need to share, vent, rejoice, worry, and look for collective wisdom.  I have not encouraged a great many to jump into the blogging world, because in all honesty, I highly detest blog-faders, those who begin a blog because it is just the […]

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When I was on the Edublogs platform, and because I did not pay for the service but instead used the free platform (which I still say is GREAT), I needed to use FeedBurner to track blog statistics. I did not realize however that by steering my readers toward the feedburner subscription, I was practically eliminating […]

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Let the conversations begin!

In lurking around the SLJ’s “All Together Now” Netvibes page, I’ve discovered many new blogs by school librarians to follow. Quite obviously some are rather experienced, but many others are very experienced. The new bloggers are using a variety of platforms to test the waters, and I’ve seen many Edublogs, WordPress, and Blogger blogs. I […]

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This deserves a post!

Thanks James for the personalized attention with a comment on my last post. I hope it’s okay that I am making a post out of this, b/c I feel Edublogs really needs to get special attention for trying to make me understand the dilemma with Bloglines. I cleared out my Bloglines account today and fixed […]

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No more bloglines?

While I don’t understand it, I’ve just been told that Bloglines does not seem to be updating any Edublog posts unless I am an Edublog Supporter (which means I have to pay $$ to use Edublogs.). While I like the Edublogs platform, I do not understand this. It feels like I have holes in my […]

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