This blog is moving!
I have decided to engage in an incremental re-branding activity and this blog is moving over to a new URL at: http://h2g2l.wordpress.com. If you are a follower/subscriber, please update your links accordingly. I look forward to having your follow me there as I take the next steps in the learning journey.
Like many others, I was sad to learn of the passing of Neil Armstrong.
The Apollo missions and all they represented were a key part of my childhood, even as a Canadian. While I was only 14 months old when Apollo 11 touched down in the Sea of Tranquility, I remained captivated by the accomplishments of NASA and even the Soviet Space Program. Those were heady times, and I even remember watching the “handshake in space” live on TV.
Tonight as I look at a half moon still visible in the late summer sky, I think about those days when man walked the moon, and I’m saddened that we’ve not left Earth orbit for similar missions in the 40 years since.
Godspeed, Neil Armstrong. Your quiet courage and humble outlook were examples to us all. Tonight I give the moon a wink, just for you.
I’m very happy to share that I will be writing another guest blog for the good folks at OpenSesame.
This opportunity came about because of a Twitter exchange today. I saw a great list of recommendations for making your e-learning a “best seller”. The focus of the article was more about external efforts and I though that there was a good basis for similar recommendations for internally-developed resources.
Long story short, I’ll be putting my writing hat on and the good folks at OpenSesame will generously give me a space for my words yet again.
Well, after a very enlightening session on Personal Knowledge Management with Harold Jarche, he reminded me that getting all these ideas out of my head and – as someone said – “taking them for a spin” isn’t such a bad thing, so I’ll blow the dust off this blog and start plunking down some more ideas.
I dunno what I’ll talk about first, but if nothing else, I’ve taken the Defibrilator Paddles to this thing and can hopefully bring it back to life and get some of my various technical/industry/theoretical/educational/knowledge thoughts in order.