There is a new group for SDSU Edtec students on LinkedIn. The group is open to all proud alumni, and current students. You can register at this link, then wait until you’re approved by our group’s administrator. I’ll be teaching 3 classes at SDSU this summer. One class is on Collaborative Learning through Blogs and Wikis, another [...]
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I’m so impressed with Flock 1.0 that I’m going to stop using Firefox for the next week. I really liked the early versions I used, and it’s come a long way since. Hopefully the occasional problems I ran into in the past are gone in this version.
I may even put up with some of [...]
I’m teaching a summer school course for the EDTEC department at San Diego State. The class centers on blogs and wikis. I’ve been blogging since 2003, and consider myself pretty adept at both blogs and wikis, but there’s something I just don’t get. WHAT’S THE BIG DEAL ABOUT MYSPACE?
I know MySpace is more of a [...]
What would you get if you combined flickr and quicken?
You’d get a financial tracking software that would be online, so users could log on from any machine. You’d get the usual password protection and security. I’m not a quicken user. I have months where I balance my checkbook regularly, then months where I [...]
Anyone who’s been in high school or college for any of the past 5 years has been a part of the new trend of social networking sites like MySpace, Facebook, Facebook. I can’t believe MySpace’s Alexa rank is in the top 5 of all English websites. As a 32 year old, I know it’s [...]