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I have to confess I haven’t kept up with my feeds as much this year as years past, but I know the ones I read first when I do venture in to open it.  I also have some favorites from some of the other categories as well.  So today, I take time to make a […]

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I did this last year, and I’m going to try it again this year.  As winners are announced, I’m going to post them here, and then push this post live ASAP.  To prepare, I pasted all the nominees.  Then as they are announced, all I have to do is mark them (winner, runner-up, etc.) and […]

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Yes it’s that time of year where I begin thinking my reader has lost its luster. photo © 2009 Nick DeNardis | more info (via: Wylio)I greedily read through my favorites and guilt free choose “mark all as read” for the rest.  Shame on me, but it’s true.  But now I’m clearing the reader of […]

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Blog Traffic-Schmog Traffic

I am not sure how I feel about this. Over the last 48 hours or so, I’ve had about 1700+ visitors.  I’m sure that the Karl’s, Will’s, and David W’s are accustomed to daily traffic like this, but reality is slowly returning today, with only some above average  traffic now. So it makes me a […]

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Actually they are all winners, but I did join the Elluminate Awards program to listen in while I worked on other projects. The Elluminate session was effective for the presentation tonight, as it allowed for participants to question the process, congratulate the winners, acknowledge 2.0 folks not nominated, and make suggestions live for broadening and/or […]

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Do your PLN-Civic Duty: VOTE

The 2009 Edublog Award Nominee list has been finalized.  I’m very overwhelmed this year at how many nominees run across the 19 categories.  This tells me that the blogosphere is growing (and so is my reader!) If you are new at using an RSS reader, here is your chance to fill it with the cream […]

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Often you hear the term PLN, but don’t even know how to begin developing one. You have friends who use Twitter and say it is the perfect PLN solution. Others claim Facebook does it, still others proclaim educational nings put you in a readily built up PLN and then others point to blogs. Building a […]

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Time to nominate the 2009 Eddies

My 2009 Edublog Award nominations are as follows: Best individual blog Dangerously Irrelevant Best individual tweeter Keisa Williams Best group blog Yalsa Best resource sharing blog Tipline – Jim Gates Most influential blog post Neverending Search Blog/Joyce Valenza My 2.0 day and the response/rant about our cover argument Best librarian / library blog The Unquiet […]

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In my opinion The “Eddies” as they are affectionately referred too are quite the prestigious award for edubloggers everywhere, and it’s time to make those nominations.  Here are the rules, as copied from their site: To nominate: Post your nominations on your blog, link to them and link to this site Use the form at […]

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It’s a silly celebration, but my blog is beginning it’s fourth year today.  My first post was about the first K12 Online Conference in 2006, and I have for whatever reason stuck with it. I’ve tried out a few student blogs as well, but I fear making a blog “schooly” or just another hoop for […]

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