Monthly Archives: January 2005

My new personal space at Live Journal

I have just written my first post at Live Journal, which I had opened some time ago but never used. It’ll be my personal journal, where I can jot any ideas that come to my head. As this one focuses … Continue reading

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We will rock you!

I am back from an amazing virtual tour to Monkey Mia on Michael Coghlan’s blog thanks to the embedded Media Windows Video he created using Photo Story with photographs from his own trip a week before. On February 11th at … Continue reading

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James Farmer’s Chat – Connecting the Threads

Yesterday at 22.00 GMT James Farmer ‘s chat at Alado was blogged live by three different participants who were attending the presentation online. Cleve Miller , Gerry Paille and Graham Stanley covered the event for us and I encourage you … Continue reading

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Cutting edge tools in the ESL classroom

About three weeks ago (an eternity in blogging world …which brings to my mind a flash movie prepared by Penn University on the info cycle), Michael Coghlan, a fellow webhead in Australia, invited Dafne Gonzales (in Venezuela) and me (in … Continue reading

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2005 – Collaboration Year

2005 starts under the sign of collaboration 🙂 After two quiet and rainy weeks in the countryside, here I am back to blogging with a revenge! Planning and preparing the design and content of the 6-week weblogging session for Evonline … Continue reading

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