Feb 17, 2007

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by: StojneBabe

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Categories: Blogs

A local pub, The Golden Fleece has a new sign up behind the bar which reassures restaurant customers that no Bernard Mathews products are used in their kitchen. Funny how a couple of weeks ago the giant turkey factory was being praised for its tight biosecurity, but now the facts are coming out and the […]

Feb 14, 2007

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by: StojneBabe

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Categories: Blogs

I attended some of the Online Connectivism Conference – OCC2007 last week, organised and facilitated by George Siemens. Unfortunately I wasn’t able to thow myself fully into it in the way I would normally approach something like this, which I consider to be important and worthwhile. The timing just didn’t work out so well for […]

Feb 13, 2007

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by: StojneBabe

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Categories: Blogs

Last.fm, the personalised online music station have just made a very clever move. They’ve allowed their music player to be embedded in any site on the web. Here’s an extract from the email I received, as a label owner: Our most exciting new feature is the ability to embed the Last.fm player in your own […]

Feb 12, 2007

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by: StojneBabe

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Categories: Blogs

I don’t know how the marketing of SecondLife works exactly, but the buzz is not going away, it’s building. At present there are educator orientated communities bumping into each other as they clamour to organise tours of the 3d graphical world and attempt to analyse how it might be utilised to support educational community purposes. […]

Feb 10, 2007

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by: StojneBabe

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Categories: Blogs

What is Turkey Ham? When I wrote on Monday 5th ( Wild birds not to blame ) about the Lorries from Hungary, mainstream media were still reporting the sparrow through the ventilation shaft story, and the Bernard Mathews offcial line seemed to be that the outbreak of H5N1 in Hungary was not connected in any […]

Feb 10, 2007

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by: StojneBabe

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Categories: Blogs

Dave Snowden provides a strong response to two comments made by Hubert St Onge (one of the authors of an important modern book about communities of practice) 1. That Blogs and Wikis are publishing tools not collaboration tools, and in the case of blogs the publishing is individualistic/egotistical. 2. That an organisation should mandate one […]

Jan 29, 2007

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by: StojneBabe

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Categories: Blogs

I was contacted by a researcher from BBC Radio 4 ‘You and Yours’ programme asking about Cornish wreckers. They had found my “Wreckers Prayer” lyrics and suggested that it’s a traditional prayer with variations around the UK. They might use it on Monday Jan 29th in a piece about the Branscombe beach wreck in Devon. […]

Jan 29, 2007

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by: StojneBabe

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Categories: Linda

I regularly get approaches from people who want to use the Classroom Displays Blog as an example in their post graduate studies. Often they want to conduct some kind of interview with me. To avoid duplication I decided to make this page to gather together some of my answers to their questions. So now if […]

Jan 23, 2007

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by: StojneBabe

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Categories: Blogs

listen or download The Wreckers Prayer by Andy Roberts for free via last.fm The Wreckers Prayer – Lyrics “Oh Lord, please don’t let there be shipwrecks, Let the lighthouse shine out bright and clear. But if there needs to be an accident at sea, Please let that ship be wrecked here. There’s a path all […]

Jan 23, 2007

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by: StojneBabe

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Categories: Blogs

On Tim Erikson’s blog Stephen Clift replies to my comment re reply-to-sender in e-groups: P.S. Andy, our decade long idea has always been that being “public” needed to be an affirmative choice. We want to avoid mistaken messages to all. We do need to point out that you must press “reply-to-all” in our welcome and […]

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