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August 18, 2007

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I'm very impressed with your squeaky clean sidebars. I tried to declutter mine, and I think they look even worse. Maybe it's one of those things that has to get worse before it gets better?

Michele,
Seems like all your posts are sneeze pages. They always contain so many links and resources, you seem like a natural-born sneezer both into and out of your blog.

I agree that the best thing you did was create the challenge group. It has multiplied my learning by many fold. I haven't gotten as much out of the links to more tips that Darren has posted on his site. I think it is the thinking and reflection revealed in the challenge posts that make it so much more valuable. And the incredible resource sharing.

You're probably right that I'm a natural sneezer, Christine--I never thought about it that way, but one of the things I really love is providing people with resources. I probably should have been a librarian. :-)

RE: the value of the challege--for me it's been in a few ways. I feel accountable for sticking to the tasks more than I would have if I'd just decided to do it on my own. I also know that reflecting on what I've done by writing about it on the blog is always really useful for me--helps me understand and process information. I think reflection is woefully under-utilized in most training. And then of course we have the group itself and learning from other people's experiences, frustrations, challenges and different approaches to looking at things. I'm glad that it's been useful for you, too!

You can be the Bamboo Blogbrarian!

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