Saturday, March 08, 2008

How Tweet It Is To Be Blogged By You!



In a recent post, I invited my TweetPeeps (for you non-Twitter folks, that means well, not you - but does mean you now, so keep reading!) to add their del.icio.us bookmarks to a new network I created so that we can all benefit from each other's Internet bookmarks. Read the original post for more details on how it works AND by the way, even if you are not a Twitter-er, you can still join (and I know I speak for everyone in the "network") we hope you will.


In an upcoming presentation I'll be giving at a conference, my breakout session will be about social bookmarking using del.icio.us and I plan to showcase our network. So, I really am very excited about how this is growing. Personally, I've found tons of valuable resources from many of the participants such as cnansen, teach42, jlwagner, brightideasguru, kfisch, and so many more!

Its hard to name a few people, because once you start using the network you'll see that you lose track of WHO is posting in lieu what is being posted. So, be careful because you can easily lose track of time here! So, here's a cool little trick I just figured out. If you add this URL to your feed aggregator: [ http://del.icio.us/rss/network/twitter_edtech ] you will get the latest updates as people in the network add their bookmarks to their del.icio.us accounts.

Do you have other ideas about the best way to organize, use and manage this network of del.icio.us bookmarks? I'd love to hear your ideas. I also encourage you to post information about joining this network on your own blog to bring even more educators into our conversations. Please leave a comment here with a link to your blog if you do so.

1 comment:

Kevin Jarrett said...

Hey Lee!

I missed your tweet about the del.icio.us network thing but would you believe I didn't even know that feature EXISTED until @cnansen pointed it out?!?!? I'm off to add you to my network!!!

-kj-