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It occurred to me that so many of us have undiscovered blogs. Please share yours in this forum.
Mine is at:

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Hello. My blog, News from, contains featured resources by and about the authors we talk to, and more.... We'd love thoughts on how to make it as easy to use as possible, so it isn't an endless thread. Thanks! Cheers. Nick
I've recently moved (August 2008) to my own domain, so here is my new location:
TechnoTuesday: Cathy Nelson's Professional Thoughts
I have a blog where I share web 2.0 lesson plans and anything else that I feel the need to chat about regarding my school library.
I'm doing an additional blog on my poetry. Please give a look and share some feedback!

I just made a blog for my students/parents to keep up with info:
My blog can be found at

It has a dual purpose. The first is that I use it to record summaries of books I've read so that if I decide to book talk them, I can quickly remember what they were about. The second purpose is the musings page. Whenever I try something new - a photo tool, or a new application, I often write a tiny little blurb, just so I can remember what it was I was trying. It's also a place where I reflect on what's happening in my life. Again, the primary purpose of my blog is to help me remember stuff, but I'm always interested to see if someone else has read the same book and had different reactions or has tried the same Web 2.0 tool, and used it differently.
My Blog is Archipelago (a blog dedicated to the concerns of independent school librarians, but really for all school librarians) -
-Elisabeth Abarbanel
Love to spend more time at your blog
Looks like you have some great stuff!!
Cheers Audrey Nay
I have two blogs that I have just started to introduce our community to the new tool. So far it has been a one way stream!! Latest happenings around our school community NEW still in transition- Teacher Talk-to announce new happenings for teachers to our NSW DET teachers in particular, but not exclusively.
Since it takes time for this new address to be available all over the Internet, you can still get to it at
Audrey Nay
Sandy Beach Public School, NSW, Australia
When I have time I blog at


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