NetNewsWire is my RSS feed aggregator of choice. I recently starting using its flagging feature. While waiting in a doctor's office recently, I had no internet connection.... but I could still browse my previously downloaded news items. If these items contained images, though, I could not see those without being connected to the Internet. Anyway, I used this quiet time to quickly scan through my items and flagged ones that I want to revisit.
I think I am going to do this on a regular basis, and then post a few of my more interesting findings in this blog ala this post from This Week in Education . My list, however, will consist of more technology and education technology related items.
So here's what caught my eye this week:
When Teachers Don't Get it: Myths, Misconceptions, and other Taradiddle Jim Holland, TechLearning
I must add that it's very annoying to have to log in to sites in order to read articles. Both the NYT and TechLearning require signing into their sites.
Password Safety, Google Style Winn Schwartau, Security Awareness for Ma, Pa, and the Corporate Clueless blog
Wayfaring.com - Build and Share Google Maps Google Maps Mania blog
PowerPoint Presentation Tip Roundup Lifehacker blog
Get RSS Alerts Via IM Lifehacker blog
Current Reading Will Dix, Life as a College Counselor blog
9rules Round Three John Zeratsky
Feel free to comment on the above finds!