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Wednesday, August 13, 2003
Maureen Dowd of the New York Times takes a look at the blogs of 2004 presidential candidates and isn't happy with what she sees. This may be good read to highlight "poor" blogging (with links to the blogs in question, of course).
"poor blogging"="poor writing/thinking"?
To be fair, I tracked the above kairosnews discussion from this blog devoted to educational blogging. It seems specifically focused on K-12 but, heck, I'll take any resources I can get.
Hey! It's been awhile. I've been working diligently on the site with Jeff M. (setting up "comments," fixing the archive, etc.). Otherwise the couple weeks off campus has helped . . . at least some. I also placed the "BlogThis" option on my toolbar. It works rather well. I've been rather busy with other things as the semester approaches. A lot of my work will be on the course blog from here on out, but I plan to use this place to gnash my teeth from time to time.
Anyway, the link above is from KairosNews about using/assessing weblogs in the classroom. I'm particularly interested in how to create some blof assignment sequencing.
Tuesday, August 12, 2003
I've noticed that Blogger seems to have trouble publishing without a post. That is, if I try to delete a post or two or I make changes to the template and attempt to "re-publish," Blogger seems to get "stuck" looking for something to transfer and will not publish. It's interesting but not overly-annoying.
Monday, August 11, 2003
This doesn't seem to be working.
I decided to test the new "Blog This" feature on a new blog. If it works, I'm a happy man.