Learning and applying exponentially can be overwhelming

I started this web journey a few months ago, and while I do drop by occasionally, I have yet to commit to any one following. The week with the K-10 Online conference I have begun to more clearly understand what I am doing. At least without being able to explain what I am doing, though I know that won't sit so well with my administrators who are trying to evaluate my progress.

Since August I have been glogging, blogging, and tweeting. Last week started iPodding and am Xtranormal, though my mother claims I never was normal to start with. My Flickr is running into an Animoto prolapse due to the Rock You flu. Youtube won't open in school but TeacherTube is a fair replacement for now. My tires are balding from over-mousing, which is helping my carpal tunnel mend.

Next week the third pair of glasses this year will arrive and I will spell check all of this then, as fonts get lighter and laptops get smaller thus designating me as the yin to its yang, I plod along. As the calendar year, Google, Famudo or whichever you use, draws to a close I wish to thank all those geeks, programmers and the like for all of your support. I truly appreciate your not snickering at my sincere and ridiculous questions and comments, and for your continued encouragement. Keep creating those widgets, gadgets, badges and tools for me and my students, and a Happy New Year!

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