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At 8:23am on August 29, 2007, Christopher Potter said…
My mother says check out Fun and Exciting Stuff
At 3:10am on August 8, 2007, Kristian Still said…
Tim, I have commented on your post, but also transferred it to Nextgen... I'll be sure to forward the responses to you.
At 9:16am on August 7, 2007, Tim Holt said…
Laura, thanks!
I hope you can get something out of it. The Deadly Sins entry will be there first...

Please share with your peers...

At 6:51pm on August 6, 2007, Laura Gibbs said…
hi Tim, I subscribed to your blog - super! I am glad I happened to read your posts this evening... reading what other people see as edtech sins provided a nice boost at the end of a rather tedious day! I may not have been superproductive but at least I was not a sinner! ha ha.
At 8:05am on August 6, 2007, Tim Holt said…
I recently posted two podcasts on my blog site; One was on a cool video conferencing class called "Jazz Up your Curriculum" and another on the Intel Teach to the Future class.


click on Podcasts
At 11:09pm on July 2, 2007, Chris Edge said…
I added your website of blogs and podcasting to my favorites. Lots of great stuff there. Keep it coming.
At 10:05am on July 1, 2007, Tim Holt said…
I am back from ATL and NECC.

What a great convention.
What a horrible way to travel. (3 cancelled flights, 3 changed airlines, one night sleeping in an airport, one day staying over in ATL...)

Anyway, posted some NECC thinks on my other site, and I posted above what they are.

At 12:59pm on June 18, 2007, Tim Holt said…
Just posted a new podcast on my Byte Speed site: Talk with Frankie Jackson regarding the new TASBO (Texas Assoc. of School Business Officers) certification training for technology directors.

Check it out when you have a chance.

Click on the podcast link

Also on the iTunes Music store
At 6:42pm on June 17, 2007, William Bishop said…
Great stuff...Thanks for the invite!
At 2:23pm on June 17, 2007, Marcia Bengry Alessi said…
Tim - Thanks for the invite.
At 9:24am on June 16, 2007, Tim Holt said…
Hi guys!
Check out my post: The Zealots are the Leaders by clicking on the link to the left...
At 8:24am on June 8, 2007, Tim Holt said…
Hi guys!
I just posted a Podcast called "Lunch with Ed TEch trainers"
My district just happened to have two ed tech trainers in town (One from Apple and one from Learning.com) so I took them out to lunch and recorded the conversation.
Listen to us munch on tostadas. Listen to us order food.
Listen to the waitress ask us for more tea...
Oh, and we talked a lot about how we train teachers about ed tech.

A really cool conversation. About 40 minutes long.

Join us for lunch. You have to pay your own however, I don't have enough $$ to feed y'all.

The link is here:

At 8:19am on June 8, 2007, Tim Holt said…
Hi everyone!
Could you please go to my Forum section (Left side of page, below the videos) and answert the survey I have: Who are You?
At 6:04am on June 5, 2007, VinceJ said…
Tim, the videos are great. A wonderful way for students to express themselves. It must be a powerful silent force to encourage all teachers to move ahead in your school/district.
At 9:09am on June 4, 2007, Scott Merrick said…
These are awesome. What a great model for a video podcasting project for students!
At 9:36am on June 2, 2007, Steve Hargadon said…
You're most welcome. I've been enjoying watching your videos!
At 8:10am on June 2, 2007, Tim Holt said…
On my "other site" I just posted a really neat interview with Sara Armstrong about My Heroes Project.

20 minutes. enhanced audio.
Click on the "pod Speed" link

You can also find these on the iTunes Music store. Search on "Byte Speed"
At 5:50am on June 2, 2007, Rick Biche said…
Hi Tim, Thanks for the invite. I enjoyed your blog posts.
At 6:43pm on May 31, 2007, Larry Ferlazzo said…
Hi, Tim. Thanks for the invite. It looks like your blog posts are intriguing.
At 1:06pm on May 31, 2007, Cathy Rodriguez said…
Hi Tim, look forward to collaborating with you!!!



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