What time is it?
- Jeff's announcement below is consistent with Webheads hard work to
have a culture where the What time is it? question arises less and
less. Thus, all announcements come with times in GMT - a very, very
But we all still live in the "real world" where we have to make some
mental calculation "what time is that for me?).
Especially because of the November 18-20 conference, and the size of
it, I would like to recommend that when Webheads make virtual
announcements that add a few "reference" points - like
Most of us can instantly calculate from those time zones...at least
to decide if it's time we are normally sleeping or working (thus
unlikely to attend); or if i'ts in a "good time"..which would then
cause us to make sure we had the exact time "right".
(Alternatively, they could create a links to a specific page created
at http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock -- that's neat too!).
Please accept my congratulations for the clickable links to World
Clock to show the times for all presentations during Nov-18-20. I can
tell you when we adopted this for Global Learn Day, several years
ago, we got a whole lot less -- "What time is it?" questions.
At 5:14 AM +0000 11/3/05, jefflebow wrote:
> Just wanted to mention that we're webcasting a special Thursday
>EdTechTalk (7pm GMT global times ) with George Siemens & Jay Cross
>We'll also be webcasting our EdTechBrainstorm#10 at its regular time
>and EdTechTalk#24 with special guest Barbara Ganley following the
>Webhead online gathering at 3pmGMT (global times ).