Welcome back from the holiday break, those of you stateside. Finalists have been announced in the 2007 EduBlogs Awards.Ã‚ I’ll be trolling through their nominees and subscribe to some new feeds.Ã‚ Only slightly tongue-in-cheek, though… I didn’t know such awards existed, but now that I know, I’m pretty disappointed that in no time since this […]
Archives for November 2007
Mr. Davis sent Suzy and me a very nice collection of both Christmas and Chanukkah Jones Sodas. I’m not entirely sure if we’re supposed to drink them (I mean, “Latke Soda?” Seriously? That would have to taste like ass), but I just might, anyway. At least my Chanukkah soda set comes with a Dreidel. So […]
And now… a small plug for one of my homeboys. I had the outstanding pleasure to work and travel with Jono Poltrack for the bulk of my 2+ years working with ADL. Jono was the original project lead for the Sample Run-Time Environment, and for a while before my man Doug took over for him, […]
I posted how much I was impressed with Doug Lynch from Wharton School of Business… thanks again to Elliot Masie for making these great videos available.
I admit it, I’ve been a big fan of Dan Pink since the book came out. Masie just posted the very well-produced video of his keynote at the Learning 2007 conference.