So, how cool is this?
First, a little history: I got this idea to start a del.icio.us Twitter network. Lots of educational Twitter users joined in (72 to date). I've received lots of great feedback from members of this network and personally I've found it to be very helpful, especially now as I'm planning a presentation for a conference breakout session on using del.icio.us in the classroom. I'm especially excited to showcase losikinfotech's bookmarks on Animal Research and how he uses them with his class (twitter @mrlosik).
In a follow-up post, I encouraged others outside our Twitter edtech network to join and today, Paul Terry Walhus (twitter @springnet) contacted me because he not only wanted to duplicate the concept for his SXSW network but he wanted to interview me (ME!, can you believe it?) for his series of videos. It was my first experience being interviewed using Skype, and by someone I never really but just "met," on Twitter. How cool is that?
So, I thought I would share this ever evolving del.icio.us networking thing with you as it continues to grow and take on a life of its own. How fun! Click to play the video. It is about 5 minutes long. As always, I'd appreciate your comments. ~ Lee
(If you have trouble with the sound, please let me know via comment or Twitter: @teachakidd)
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Twitter - del.icio.us mashup community