Bob Thomason
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I've been a business entrepreneur for almost 30 years now and owned a several businesses. For the last 18 years, I've been a programmer. During this time I've found it difficult to concentrate and attributed that to a mental deficiency. Then I took a simple online personality test that changed my whole world. I was working "against" my personality rather than "with" it.

I now enjoy as business that involves seminar training and public speaking. The frustrating years are gone!

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At 8:05am on October 31, 2008, Steve Hargadon said…
I appreciate how you feel. At the same time, if we were to allow or encourage postings of a commercial nature -- no matter how valuable or virtuous the service -- the community would become less valuable as a place to talk about Web 2.0 or collaborative technologies in the classroom.

You might consider starting your own Ning network ( on career counseling. Or there may even be some already--worth checking out, I think.

At 7:48am on October 31, 2008, Steve Hargadon said…
Hi, Bob.

Glad to have you here.

Classroom 2.0 is a community for discussions about the use of web technologies in the classroom. As such, I have to ask that content and postings be on that topic. I know it's tempting with this many educators gathered together to pursue other ideas, but the benefit of the network gets reduced if the scope is broadened--especially if commercial postings are added to the mix.

I understand your motivations, and think what you're doing is a good thing. I have gone ahead and deleted your post, but hope you'll continue to look around here, to contribute to the discussions, and to make individual contacts.




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