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Never assume…. that the idea you have had (that you think is ‘obvious’) is obvious to everybody!

Tayloring it

18/05/2011 15:46 via Seesmic Web Reply Retweet Favorite @CraigTaylor74 Craig Taylor. This was a lesson that was reinforced yesterday, during an exchange of tweets, allow me to explain. Over the next few years my Organisations is planning to relocate its ‘Training Centre’ (don’t blame me for the name) to a new building. I had a few ideas that I thought might be of benefit during the initial planning/design stages. Lose the ICT suite. This only serves to isolate technology from current learning activities as opposed to embedding it within them. No classroom?

Trying to make sense of Twitter

Spark Your Interest

Seesmic  - these guys actually show you what it looks like – lots of columns and ways of connecting together all that stuff.  I haven’t been the biggest promoter of Twitter.  I can see it has potential, but I’m finding it hard to get on the bandwagon, or even the caboose of the bandwagon.  When I look at who I’m following, sometimes I wonder how they possibly squeeze it in to their day.  Maybe they have some solution that I don’t.  I want to be sure that I am suggesting or dismissing something after giving it a real honest try, not just a dabble. .

Making Sense Of The iPad For Online Learning

The eLearning Coach

Users of social iPhone apps, like Facebook Mobile, LinkedIn, TweetDeck and Seesmic, will have an easy time integrating the iPad into their social media universe. The noise about the release of Apple’s iPad has been a bit overwhelming. Were you too busy to read the reviews, analysis and opinions? No problem. As Apple says, the iPad is slightly smaller than a magazine. Its 9.7 Weight.

Coming late to the Twitter party

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have also continued to use the web interface, as I’m not sure which alternative would be better – TweetDeck , Seesmic  or HootSuite seem to be the top choices, but I haven’t really invested the time to compare (anyone got a good place to see side-by-side features?). . It’s been a few months since I joined the Twitter party – a little late (fashionably late?) and 221 tweets later, I thought I’d make another blog post about my experience.   I have felt dumb , looked stupid , and now maybe sound like an idiot as well.  You can be the judge… .