Blogs Are Conversation, But Conversation That Varies In Intensity And Purpose

So I write a post to clarify my understanding of just what kind of a conversation blogs are supposed to provide – and admittedly I probably came across as disappointed in the lack of quality conversation that I have noted on at least edublogs at times – and I end up with a post that is among the best blog conversations I’ve had.

As a disclaimer I want to let you know that I am not following up my last post about not following up on posts to make a point … it just happened. Well no actually I felt compelled to say thanks to everyone that commented – great ideas and points and truly clarified for me what blogs are about as conversation. Thanks to all!

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One Response to Blogs Are Conversation, But Conversation That Varies In Intensity And Purpose

  1. Ryan Glynn says:

    I have always been a fan of folding paper particularly making paper airplanes. I started with a software called The Greatest Paper Airplanes published by Kitty Hawk. Unfortunately the software is no longer distributed today. It teaches how to fold 50 different paper airplanes. It’s a good place to start learning origami.

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