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January 19th, 2011

Lecturecasts for today’s week2 Technology 4 Teachers classes (with linked resources) are available

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@ddraper I really like that feature too - that’s the main reason I added it! Older comments are showing… I messaged their tech support.

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I used @dkuropatwa ‘s 2006 post “The Artful Comment” to update my T4T class’ Commenting Guidelines

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Inspired by @ddraper I installed tonight. I imported comments but my most recent comments don’t show. Not sure why.

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bestbook Drape’s Takes: To the Teachers of My Children

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@andycinek Your event looks great, good luck with it! I tried to DM you back but you’re not following me :-)

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Students in my T4T class today seemed excited to learn about (YouTube videos without distractions)

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@WebGalPat do you have it posted to YouTube in the large format?

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@elemenous wow, thanks. Amazing it was in keynote…. Obviously I need some more time & instruction learning the power of the app! :-)

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@elemenous any backstory or background you know about that video? (Think Ahead Final Small iPhone)

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I strongly dislike university parking Nazis

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@dwarlick wow. That puts a new spin on the line, “miles to go before I sleep!”

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@joycevalenza excellent! Thanks for continuing to maintain those fantastic resources - you ARE the guru of new media :-)

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@anderscj my session is a BYOL workshop titled “Simple Ideas for Powerful Sharing” http://book.talkwithmedi…

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“unscheduled emergency maintenance” on my blog server with @SiteGround this morning :-(

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tonyvincent Join me January 24th for K12 Online Echo - Project Based Learning in Hand (it’s free)

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