Ryan Bretag at The Four-Eyed Technologist has issue a great new meme to those bloggers whom he classifies as adding “to my growth on a daily basis.” I don’t know if I have added to Ryan’s growth or not, but knowing that he has added to mine pushes me to contribute to the meme.
It’s simple: what are your last five del.icio.us bookmarks? As Ryan points out, Vicki Davis does this on a near daily basis, and along with Kevin Jarret, I count over a hundred resources collected this way in my account.
Here are my last 5 bookmarks:
Spaz is a great twitter interface that runs on AIR (Adobe Integrated Runtime), and just has so much more functionality than what I was using, Twitterific. Thanks to John Pederson for that one. Search Smarter is a wiki I made for the Freshman and Sophomores this year to help them search with a little more efficiency. It’s not as loaded as I wanted, but I didn’t want to overwhelm them (which happened anyway). EdubloggerCon is a site created originally to house the planning processes involved in the first EduBloggerCon in the days before NECC07 in Atlanta. Now, it has grown to be a resource for anyone interested in school change and reform. Kristen Hokanson’s Connected Classroom just happened upon me the other day on a recommendation from Jennifer Dorman’s blog. I love wikis like this one because it has everything, and depending on the license, I can use the great work Kristen’s done to help the teachers I work with. I just love smart people and the work they do. The last one, Behold, is a search engine that scours flickr for images that match your criteria, and you can even tell it to search for images that “look” like something in particular. Very sharp.