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January 27, 2008

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Michele, I'm excited to see the new focus as this is one of the many areas I am interested in too! Ironically I found your site when you linked to my 7 1/2 Habits presentation. I love the way the new Internet is connecting people. I love your site. It's one of my favorites. Keep up the great work!

Thanks Lori--your 7 1/2 Habits Presentation is one of the things that got me going down this road! I'm excited about exploring this path in more detail too, especially as it relates to lifelong learning and professional development. Should be fun!

Michele, I like the new look of your blog and am excited about the direction you are taking. I continue to learn so much from you and your readers, thanks!

Hi Michele! Wow! New look and new focus! You are such an inspirational blogger and like you I've been 'umming and aahing' over what works and what I like and don't like doing on my blog (lack of recent posts isn't because of that - I'm just on work and freelance overload currently!). I think it's great that you have chosen a focussed focus as it were too.
I look forward to your forthcoming posts - can't wait - will no doubt be excellent as always!
Thanks
Laura

I love the new tagline and direction. I had to search for your services in the sidebar however. Can you make it bigger or section it off??? Perhaps that will draw more attention to it.

Great - I look forward to reading your blog this year :)

Michele:

I love this new/revised direction and look forward to your postings in 2008. Your passion coincides with some of ours in our faculty development center. Many of your postings lead to further discussions here in our center as we grapple with assisting faculty with their own PLE's...as well as suggesting the radical notion that students should be developing PLE's as well! I subscribe to around 20 blogs but find yours one of the most thought-provoking out there. Keep up the good work!

Thanks everyone for your support and positive vibes. I'm excited about where things are going and looking forward to this next evolution!

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