Jeffrey’s Twitter Updates for 2010-02-27

  • Now the plows are pushing the snow on the curbs into the center of the road to be driven over and melt. Smart strategy. #
  • Snow clean-up in Manhattan is well underway. The avenues are clean and wet (feels warm outside). #

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Jeffrey’s Twitter Updates for 2010-02-26

  • New comment on "Silence and Voice" #
  • 2 new comments on "Reflexivity" and more #
  • I just achieved Inbox Zero in the office. Yatta!! #
  • As if a switch were flicked, it stopped snowing and the sun came out. #
  • I know this is a major blizzard, but I have neither seen nor heard plows go by since it started. #
  • Snowing so hard, I cannot see th buildings one block away. #
  • With so much snow, I fear for the emphasis to curb global warming. #
  • Sooooo much snow out there. Surprised people made it to the office. #
  • So much snow in Manhattan that there has not been a cab in site in quite some time. #
  • Can't wait for the morning commute. #

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Jeffrey’s Twitter Updates for 2010-02-25

  • Now, out through the snow. #
  • We are looking for a SCORM-compatible online testing / assessment program for internal and external competency testing. Any recommendations? #
  • Snow keeps falling. #
  • Just formally registered for #QI2010. #

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Jeffrey’s Twitter Updates for 2010-02-24

  • American Idol seems silly this season. The female judges swoon for the male contestants and Ellen is nearly as nasty as Simon . . . #
  • Interesting review of last night's #Attila at the #Met Even this is too charitable for yet another #MetOpera disaster. #
  • Just got a validation email from somebody to validate me using #TrueTwit. How is me doing work to validate myself efficient? I'll pass. #
  • The set and costume designers got booed tonight at the #Met's premiere of #Attila. Set and costumes were awful. Bad production. #

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Networked Learning 2010 Pre-Conference

There is a Pre-Conference sessions that was just posted for the Networked Learning Conference 2010:

PhD course on ‘Networked Learning and the Net Generation’ 1-2 May, in Aalborg, Denmark

This looks like a wonderful event, and as I just emailed to one of the organizers, I wish this would have been communicated earlier, as those of us coming from a distance (I am in New York traveling to Denmark) have most likely already made travel plans. Wish I can attend this, but it was announced too near the conference to make flight changes.

Somewhat ironic, given the topic of the event.

Jeffrey’s Twitter Updates for 2010-02-23

  • The costumes in #Attila are by #Prada. Thoroughly dreadful. Sweat pants and lighted bicycle helmets with feathers? Good grief 🙁 #
  • About to enjoy the premiere of #Attila at the #Met this evening. #
  • Capital One does not charge a foreign currency (non-USD) transaction fee. They are sweet! #
  • Registered for the #NLC2010, so am officially attending. #

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