An Interview with Cyndie Jacobs

Recently, I had the opportunity to interview my co-chair for the #ecoo13 conference, Cyndie Jacobs.  I call her “the great connector” for her efforts on Twitter and other social media.  She seems to hunt out problems in search of a solution and has the ability to make the connection to people that she knows can … Continue reading An Interview with Cyndie Jacobs


Padlet Feature Great to Have

I've been a big fan of Wallwisher for years.  I was looking through my collection the other day thinking about how I'd used them in the past.  Generally, I use them as a giant brainstorming board for presentations or anywhere I want to have participants share their thoughts.  Here's one of them.  (blurring done by … Continue reading Padlet Feature Great to Have


Another one of my enjoyments is Geography.  I've always been a sucker for a new atlas or watching a meterologist do her/his thing during the news.  I love looking through Google Earth and each time that I do, I recall geography learning from secondary school.  I get a kick watching the Geography Channel where a … Continue reading GeoBee

Tis the Season…

…apparently for online presence awards. Look for posts all over the web next week titled “Top 10 Reasons Why Blogging Awards Are Dumb” or something. But for the moment, enjoy the moments and find some way to take away something positive from them for your own personal use. There are probably a tonne of reasons … Continue reading Tis the Season…