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Theme Hunting

Okay so while I figure out how I wreaked havoc on the K2 theme, I’m stuck with this classic theme. It still has issues as well, since the bottom doesn’t act right either. I did something to the html of the theme in general with the Palin post. Guess that’s what I get. Reseraching hard […]

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How do I “head” thee?

Okay so I’ve been ignoring the blog lately. Why? Let me list the why’s: 13 new teachers or other staff members all new folks need network logins and email set up new webpage program to migrate to server reconfig at school school resumed mentoring fellow LMS at neighboring school teachers trade printers like gossip former […]

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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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I haven’t written in a while. I’ve been really busy, and I’m on the final checkout sheet that teachers must have initialed before they can leave, so I sit here ready to go, and just waiting for the ones who still need a signature by the library/technology statements. Earlier this week a school library student […]

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What’s the fascination?

Who am I writing for? Recently I’ve had to do some real introspection. Why do I blog? Who am I targeting? What is my goal with each post? It has really made me go back and look at many posts. I used to think it was for my technorati rank, and then I thought it […]

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Yes I’m on spring break this week, and I’m just sitting here today enjoying the “nothing to do syndrome”–a rarity in my life! I was checking my email, pitying all those school districts who’ve already had there spring break, or worse (like my husband/son’s school district) have yet to have theirs. Yes I’ll be very […]

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Just fifteen minutes…

What can you do in just fifteen minutes? Write a “to do” list Fold a load of clothes Start supper Take a short nap Read a Newspaper Take the dog out for a walk Now obviously this list could go on and on, and I don’t mean to belittle any of the tasks that I […]

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Dear SLJ & other bloggers

I have many feeds in my reader and rarely step outside of it unless I want to comment. Part of the lure of what attracts me to so many blogs is the feel that I’m involved with or following a conversation. I have gotten to where as I skim through the newly posted content on […]

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Okay so I’m reveling in being mentioned in a blog today as a woman who has a voice in the blogosphere. And to see the excellent company I have there, many of whom already fill my reader daily. I hadn’t thought, though, about one comment Janet Clarey (Brandon-Hall Research Blog) made– that of there not […]

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