Re: Networking 2003 Audio Blog & Thurs, 10/23 session
- Hi, Michael,
I had joined your audio blog at Networking Times 2003 and intended to
join in. This past week has been just totally busy/crazy. I think I
could have used 48 hours every day. At the moment, I have about 25
messages to read from your blogging board according to my email list
of messages. I hope to read them soon. I was happy to hear that the
blogging board is continuing past the dates of the conference, so I
may get to contribute yet. However, this next week will be pretty
busy as well.
P.S. I was glad I got to participate in your session on Thurs., Oct.
23. It seemed that the first part must have been frustrating for you
as we often could not hear you well and then you had to reconnect.
However, your report indicates that your live audience benefitted,
and that's the important thing. The presentations from Jon Bagley and
Anne Fox came through fine, but I was glad I had gone through the
PowerPoint ahead of time. Thanks for another presentation that was
very well done.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Michael Coghlan
> * APOLOGIES FOR ANY CROSS POSTINGS *Networking
> Dear all,
> This email is to
> 1) thank all those who participated in the audio blog of the
> 2003 conference, andlisten.
> 2) alert some who I think may be interested in having a look and a
> Although the conference is over the audio blog remains open, and
> many challenging statements there that beg responses. So feel veryfree to
> respond to any of the posts there. You can find the audio blog atneed to
> http://home.learningtimes.net/learningtimes?go=241723 (You will
> become a member of LearningTimes to view it.)has great
> Many thanks again to all those who contributed. This use of audio
> potential IMHO.
> Michael Coghlan.