Monthly Archives: November 2003

Force-feeding our kids deep fat: a collection of curses

This story about a local school’s doomed attempt to loosen the grip of fast food on its students has had my gander up for a few days… if you read this weblog for strictly professional interest, you might want to … Continue reading

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Talking to or about each other?

Evan posts some thoughts on the nature of communication in the Ed Tech weblog (non?)community: I have a visual representation in my head of the blogging community. A bunch of people talking out loud, but never actually talking to each … Continue reading

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Belated attribution

Back in the day I cited a posting by Sebastien Paquet on the concept of trojanmice. Though I linked to the original page, I did not explicitly credit Peter Fryer, who originally wrote the description. Sorry Peter. Bad blog! Bad! … Continue reading

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