October 09, 2005

David Warlickised - the Warlick effect

Funny how a really nice post on a really respected educationalist's blog can affect the number of people reading your blog. Thankfully, I don't have to resort to quoting Technorati's Top 10 searches or talking about Britney Spears and her new baby boy to get people to read my posts.

Warlick's appreciation of the SSDN is a beautfully hype-free, realistic impression of what the service will be able to offer based on what services, like the one I am helping to develop, are already capable of.

Thanks, David, for keeping our confidence up in this project. We do want to push the envelope, even though some folk still don't believe that's the way to go.


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