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Jeffrey’s Twitter Updates for 2008-04-30

@aidanhenry Mahalo. I have not heard anybody mention that in some time now. # @eich0041 Which part? # @maniactive How so? # @RobinYap Of course he is doing it for you. You paid him. Ask him what you will get from the extension (and a completed constract is not it) # @kanter Looking forward […]

Riot Protection

I have no idea how I came across this today, but there is an interesting and potentially valuable article on How to Survive a Riot. I have never been in one, but being in a large, international city (even a well-managed and rather safe one, relatively speaking), one can never be too prepared. The article […]

Jeffrey’s Twitter Updates for 2008-04-29

Beginning laundry. At least the room is empty. # @RobinYap How fun. Nothing like a new place where things have not yet had time to go wrong. Of course, safer is better than sorry. # I just saw the new Twittervision Local (by country) Lacks the breadth of the world, but somehow more […]

Jeffrey’s Twitter Updates for 2008-04-28

Went for a brief workout tonight. Will have to process and blog about an interesting juxtaposition while there. # Just starched and pressed some shirts. Perhaps I should take in laundry on the side? Gas is going up, after all. # @CP2tech01 There is nothing funny about my Tweeting about my laundry. Except, of […]

Connected Futures (cp2tech01) Workshop Begins Today

I am really looking forward to attending the online Connected Futures (cp2tech01) Workshop that begins today.

Sponsored by CPSquare, the Community of Practice on Communities of Practice, John Smith and Bronwyn Stuckey have been doing all of the visible pre-work for the workshop. The workshop leaders include Beth Kanter(who I have spoken to numerous times […]