You might have picked up that I plan & draft far more blog posts than I actually publish. Good intentions, bad management, the day is too short.
Last night in cleaning up by blog reader, I came across ten blog posts that were about things I had started in some form or another (from scribbled post-it note to actual online draft). So, these bloggers, by beating me to the post, have actually saved me from feeling guilty about writing left undone. Thank you blogosphere.
Here in one shot are ten worth considering clicking. Think of it as your own little RonkRSSReader .
Clipmarks - a service that lets you grab clips (portions) of web pages and then repost on their site or your blog. Either this is an innovation or just another step down into the dungeon of never-writing-anything-original in the land of What-Do-You-Mean-By-Plagiarism. from http://eduspaces.net/dtosh/
My final cross blogging link is from http://chronicle.com/wiredcampus/ which, unknown to me, blogged about the Centre that I blogged yesterday. Someone emailed me that Centre link and they probably found out about it on the Chronicle blog. I still like my version.
Hey Ken, Interesting I had also been wanting to write about a couple of excellent discoveries over the past a few days. In the above list, I particularly like authorPOINT Lite ( http://www.authorgen.com/authorpoint-lite-free/powerpoint-to-flash-converter.aspx )because it has saved me a good amount of money. I was just about to buy a PowerPoint converting solution and a hosting solution to set up my presentations online; this one takes care of both of them and surprisingly, some additional features also like embedding presentations in blogs etc.