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That’s right people–it’s that time of year when the edubloggers clamor for the nominees and essentially campaign for their favorites to win. I missed the cut this year, not making any list as I have in the past.  That’s okay, as my blogging just was not what it has been in the past.  I blame Twitter and […]

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It’s time for nominations for the 2010 Edublog Awards.  I hate to confess that I have not been as diligent in my reading.  But nominees here are the ones that I find I MUST read (or watch, listen, click through) before clearing the reader with that ever favorite “mark all as read” option. One of […]

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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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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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You are all winners in my book

Edublogs is seeking nominations from the blogosphere for their annual “Eddies.” I really wasn’t sure I could make many recommendations, but I opened my Google Reader today, clicked manage, and found a nomination for almost each category.  Some of my nominations may not be well known, but others are probably too popular.  So popular in […]

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