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Sticking with it…

Today, I started my first class of the summer with five very energetic students. And today, I introduced them to blogging.

And social bookmarking.

And RSS feeds.

Too much? Maybe. I just hope they don’t run screaming away from me.

I love love love teaching this course, mostly because it gives me an opportunity to share some of what I’ve learned with people who actually have a desire to learn it. I also just became a Thinkfinity trainer.

Summer’s just started and I’m on a roll.

Next up? Google trainer in training!

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