November 21, 2006

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Netvibes offer a make-you-own subscribe button, too, that other edubloggers might want to try: http://eco.netvibes.com/button

Not to mention the fact that you can chose between different rss readers. Perhaps Google Reader is the simples one (and simplicity is profound).

Only 1 guy uses netvibes to subscribe to my blog, weird indeed.

Shameless self publicity this may be, but for any of your more 'audio-visual' learners, I have a movie explaining how to do this very thing at http://www.whereisab.co.uk/trackblogs.php.

I got stuck at the first hurdle and the ones following!
"Right click this link and copy the shortcut (you can also right click the orange button, top right)"

What is the shortcut - the URL ?

Saw no orange button - on a Mac safari

2.Go to netvibes - fine

"3. Top left of screen, Add My Feed - click it"

No 'Add My Feed' to be seen

signed on - still no help

Completely bamboozled - gave up!

Anyone like to help?

gd at tygh.co.uk

Hope the updated post makes things clearer. Thanks for the reminder to get it changed :-)

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About Ewan

Ewan McIntosh is the founder of NoTosh, the no-nonsense company that makes accessible the creative process required to innovate: to find meaningful problems and solve them.

Ewan wrote How To Come Up With Great Ideas and Actually Make Them Happen, a manual that does what is says for education leaders, innovators and people who want to be both.

What does Ewan do?

Module Masterclass

School leaders and innovators struggle to make the most of educators' and students' potential. My team at NoTosh cut the time and cost of making significant change in physical spaces, digital and curricular innovation programmes. We work long term to help make that change last, even as educators come and go.

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