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18:34:10 JohnS -> Hello, SusN
18:35:48 Sus N -> Hello, haven't been here for ages
18:36:07 JL -> Is that Sus Nyrop??? Long time, no telecommunicate!
18:36:16 Sus N -> too bad this is late night here
18:36:30 Sus N -> That is me indeed :-)
18:36:51 JL -> I seem to recall that you are a bit of a night owl :)
18:37:09 Sus N -> Jeff - that's really true and I'm getting worse
18:37:36 Sus N -> you're announcing a session in about 20 minutes?
18:37:45 Sus N -> what's the topic?
18:37:58 Sus N -> saw a tweet
18:38:02 JL -> EdTechWeekly is a weekly news roundup
18:38:40 Sus N -> ah yes of course
18:43:11 Gary -> Maybe god is displeased?
18:44:06 Gary -> There were prayer for bad weather duirng the Obama speech.
18:44:12 Gary -> prayers
18:45:33 Gary -> Changes within seconds after each olympic races
18:46:02 Gary -> You guys are now competing with TWI
18:46:19 Gary -> TWIT live - they are streaming at the same time
18:46:58 JohnS -> no competition. We were here first.
18:47:25 Gary -> Need to have an equivalent of the TWIT Army
18:48:43 Gary -> We call it Labour Day instead of Labor Day
18:51:04 Gary -> I listened to your last show on my iPod - seemed to be more organized.
18:51:53 JohnS -> Yeah, amazing that they recruited two guest hosts in the 5 minutes before showtime
18:52:32 Gary -> http://lifehacker.com/398013/send-snail-mail-from-your-computer
18:52:50 Gary -> Had mono
18:53:42 JL -> http://www.gatorcountry.com/swampgas/showthread.php?t=70640
18:54:16 JohnS -> http://mediatakeout.s3.amazonaws.com/photo/1220106076palinscandal.jpg
18:56:12 gsiemens -> hey
18:56:32 gsiemens -> just for dave
18:56:44 gsiemens -> he has different views on research than I do
18:56:50 gsiemens -> he needs some skoolin
18:57:09 sheila -> Let's check it out on Google Earth!
18:57:38 sharonp -> is there a stream already??
18:57:47 JL -> ustream
18:57:54 sharonp -> ahh
18:58:12 JL > http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&hl=en&geocode=&q=24+Branch+Londonderry+T...
18:58:32 Gary -> Not every week - have been on holiday during the summer
18:59:33 gsiemens -> ouch
18:59:45 gsiemens -> sextechweekly
18:59:49 PeggyG -> 1 non-canadian here-AZ :-)
18:59:57 sharonp -> LOL
19:00:09 sharonp -> this show just got interesting...
19:00:11 Gary -> The original Palin annoucement: http://www.adn.com/front/story/336402.html
19:00:55 Sus N -> Say, when do you start streaming audio?
19:01:16 Sus N -> got it now :-)
19:01:18 sharonp -> Sus, they are streaming on ustream..... they are ON
19:01:19 JL -> http://edtechtalk.com/live Sus
19:01:22 JL -> ustream
19:01:25 Gary -> It's5:01 here
19:01:29 Sus N -> Yes, I found out
19:01:31 ds -> hey kidz
19:01:41 Gary -> Yes
19:01:43 ds -> you're late now :)
19:01:50 Sus N -> I will tweet now
19:01:50 JenM -> hey, doug!
19:02:17 Gary -> :)
19:02:36 PeggyG -> That's so funny-must be a Sunday thing-forgetting to start record :-)
19:02:42 sharonp -> once again, this show impresses me with its level of professionalism
19:02:58 sharonp -> you sound great
19:03:00 sheila -> wonderful
19:03:01 ds -> take 2
19:03:06 Gary -> Good
19:03:15 PeggyG -> your voices sound fine :-)
19:03:30 ds -> good n goofy
19:03:52 Sus N -> I'm delighted to witness your messy procedures :-)
19:04:06 Sus N -> Such a neat presentation !
19:04:33 dave -> http://vimeo.com/1561578
19:05:18 Sus N -> New super firefox mashup popup
19:05:43 PeggyG -> Think it works on Flock too?
19:06:50 JenM -> Skypecast: http://share.skype.com/sites/en/2008/08/goodnight_skypecasts.html ... and ... http://thinklab.typepad.com/think_lab/2008/08/before-i-go.html
19:07:20 Sus Nyrop is back -> uh oh, lost connectiono when I tried to enlarge that ustream window - forgot all wbout how to do such stuff lately
19:07:37 JenM -> steve
19:07:50 JenM -> http://gawker.com/5042795/bloomberg-runs-steve-jobs-obituary
19:08:12 robert -> I lost it doing the same,..
19:08:27 Gary -> He is over pancreatic cancer
19:08:39 sharonp -> Hey, I only found out Randy Pausch died about an hour ago (remember I was in Africa when he passed!)
19:09:07 dave -> http://flickr.com/photos/davecormier/2542585269/
19:09:07 Gary -> No
19:09:11 sheila -> no problem
19:09:13 JenWagner -> 3rd paragraph
19:09:17 JenWagner -> poor Steve
19:09:19 Sus Nyrop -> I' am listening to stream again but with tiny window only
19:09:19 sharonp -> Can hear you al n probs
19:09:24 ds -> the man, the legend JS
19:09:29 ds -> stream a is fine
19:09:30 sharonp -> can hear all of you...
19:09:37 Sue Waters -> Yes in Ustream so I changed to itunes
19:09:40 JL -> email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org http://edtechtalk.com/taxonomy/term/128
19:09:58 DaveC -> I can hear you fine, no drop out, and no dropped pants over here.
19:10:03 PeggyG -> My fingers are crossed--very slow typing/pausing for me--seems to be bandwidth
19:10:10 JenWagner -> I clickedon the play buton -- have no idea how I am listening
19:10:50 PeggyG -> Hooray!! We're excited about it!
19:10:52 JohnS -> Women of Web 2.0 Show 86 with Sharon Peters and Teachers without Borders: http://www.edtechtalk.com/node/3275
19:10:58 robert -> Good quality sound, but when I go the the studio, it drops the connection: http://edtechtalk.com/studio
19:10:59 Sus Nyrop -> email email@example.com
19:11:08 JenWagner -> we have a newsletter???
19:11:23 sharonp -> Wow, I am stunned....
19:11:30 gsiemens -> Go Sharon!
19:11:33 sharonp -> that you would mention it....
19:11:55 PeggyG -> Yes the newslettter will be starting again on Sept. 6 if all goes as planned
19:11:57 JL -> studio ustream embed needs to be changed - working on it now
19:12:05 dave -> http://www.cbc.ca/technology/story/2008/08/27/tech-quebec.html
19:12:07 sharonp -> thanks....am still processing all of it.. and am still getting almost daily emails from teachers there.... thanks!
19:12:08 JenWagner -> Ohhhh -- clapping for the newsletter
19:12:12 JenWagner -> and clapping for Sharon
19:12:19 JenWagner -> we have WIKI and a CHIP IT IN
19:12:41 JenWagner -> Alec Courous kinda took OFF and created it all
19:12:44 sharonp -> LOL, I had NO idea that was happening here in Canada
19:13:11 Gary -> All over CBC the last few days
19:13:39 sharonp -> Wouldn't it be great is Quebec's case for OSS would go somewhere?
19:13:40 JenM -> OER Handbook Stuff: http://wikieducator.org/OER_Handbook/educator_version_one ... and ... http://www.lulu.com/content/3597933 ... and ... http://cosl.usu.edu/stuff/miscellaneous/OER_Handbook_%20Version_1_0.zip/...
19:15:30 JenWagner -> finding it a bit humorous that we pay for an open source document :)
19:15:33 JenWagner -> but that is just me
19:15:40 gsiemens -> you can get the doc for free
19:15:45 JohnS -> Mahara: http://www.mahara.org/
19:15:48 gsiemens -> but you can pay for the paper version
19:15:59 dave -> @JenWagner open source adn 'money' have nothing to do with each other
19:16:03 Sus Nyrop -> Guilt trippers
19:16:07 JenWagner -> Thanks -- gsiemens -- you are right :)
19:16:08 JenM -> @JW ... just have to pay if you want it printed in hard copy ... otherwise, can download for free ...
19:16:11 robert -> The studio works like a dream
19:16:14 JenWagner -> I shall mute :) my mind too
19:16:16 dave -> open-source =/ no $
19:16:46 gsiemens -> open-source is about more accurately tying $$ to value points that require $$ inputs
19:17:05 ehelfant -> anyone played with the new version of elgg?
19:17:16 dave -> http://blip.tv/file/1208348
19:17:35 PeggyG -> Mahara looks really interesting. Thanks!
19:18:30 JenM -> Open Research Platform ... http://www.eurekalert.org/pub_releases/2008-08/iu-iur082708.php ... and ... http://www.opensocial.org/ ... and ... http://laboratree.org/pages/about
19:18:44 sharonp -> ooh, more "openness" on ETT weekly
19:18:56 gsiemens -> openness is just a fad
19:19:02 ds -> oh no
19:19:11 sroseman -> I am taking a second look LOL
19:19:22 dave -> yup. get those preachers back in the classroom... i hear the new connectivism course will be a great model for that :)
19:19:24 JL -> http://radiantcms.org/
19:19:58 JL -> http://21cif.imsa.edu/tutorials/micro/
19:20:03 JL -> http://jackiegerstein.wikispaces.com/21st+Century+Learning+Intelligences
19:20:15 sharonp -> @dave - trying to comprehend what your last statement could mean.....
19:20:40 dave -> @sharonp taunting gsiemens
19:21:00 gsiemens -> that's not your style dave - i.e. taunting.
19:21:18 sharonp -> @dave and @george - I thought as much
19:21:38 sroseman -> say that again
19:21:41 gsiemens -> 21st century skills are terribly ambiquous in meaning
19:21:46 dave -> actually... in a sense i was taunting stephen
19:21:52 JohnS -> I've Had Enough of "Live" at Conferences: http://www.centernetworks.com/live-streaming-broadcasting-conferences
19:21:55 gsiemens -> repent, Dave
19:22:08 JoseRodriguez -> @JL what's the lag on audio for ustream?
19:22:28 TamL17 -> @gsiemens I totally agree..that term has been used so much for so many different ideas..
19:22:34 JL -> are you getting lag Jose? others, are you getting lag?
19:22:44 gsiemens -> i don't think you can have a lecture-based course that is large/open. by default, participants will take over
19:22:45 sheila -> no lag here in NH
19:22:50 PeggyG -> yes, lag here
19:22:53 JenWagner -> I agree with JS -- it can be too much sometimes
19:22:55 TamL17 -> No lag here..Wisconsin
19:22:58 JoseRodriguez -> just wondering if it's still one /two seconds hard to tell
19:23:01 JenWagner -> well with the post he linked to
19:23:05 gsiemens -> our planning is at best an effort in futility and false-sense of control
19:23:06 dave -> @gsiemens... we'll see.
19:23:07 JenWagner -> not necessarily what JS thinks
19:23:07 JohnS -> Get Free Airport Wi-Fi with a Simple URL Hack: http://lifehacker.com/5040118/get-free-airport-wi+fi-with-a-simple-url-hack
19:23:09 ds -> listening on ETA, and no worse than usual I think....
19:23:11 PeggyG -> probably too many tabs open :-)
19:23:14 ds -> re lag
19:23:23 dave -> @gsiemens people follow the ecology they find
19:23:25 JenWagner -> hmmm LOL, I even blogged the same thoughts -- but JS didn't drop my link :)
19:23:33 sharonp -> ACK! John you share that NOW after I get back from abroad??
19:23:33 Sus Nyrop -> Could someone help me discretely figuring out how to open the uStream in a full window
19:23:36 dave -> if you construct it hard enough... they'll just listen
19:23:42 JenWagner -> tab check -- how many tabs do YOU have open now??
19:23:45 dave -> and not take over at all
19:23:47 gsiemens -> @dave - not exclusively - certainly not those who have much experience online
19:24:08 dave -> @gsiemens true. waddaya think by %
19:24:33 dave -> http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sIv9rz2NTUk
19:24:38 gsiemens -> well, many of the registrants are familiar - we have a whole group in SL (100) we have no control there
19:24:44 PeggyG -> over 23 tabs for me
19:24:58 JenWagner -> @PeggyG -- truly??? wow, I have 2
19:24:59 Gary -> The students may need those ethics - considering downloading
19:25:10 sharonp -> @george and @dave - and I have discovered that there is a cultural element to the equation as well (has the connectivism course started?? via this conversation?)
19:25:26 gsiemens -> course starts sept 9
19:25:30 Sus Nyrop -> complexification
19:25:35 PeggyG -> should have started with a clean slate :-( in anticipation of all of the new ones I always get on the show!
19:25:53 sharonp -> two windows X multiple tabs (with two monitors)
19:25:56 Sus Nyrop -> a new role might be the complexator
19:25:57 JenWagner -> @PeggyG -- I don't think I have ever had more than 8 tabs open at one time
19:26:00 dave -> http://clive-shepherd.blogspot.com/2008/08/learning-styles-don-exist.html
19:26:02 JenWagner -> I cannot multi-tab
19:26:43 JenM -> "Attempt" at ranking educational research journals: http://www.esf.org/research-areas/humanities/research-infrastructures-in... ... see the PDF for Pedagogical and Educational research
19:26:45 gsiemens -> dave, dave, dave
19:26:48 JenWagner -> who had the broo ha ha??
19:26:52 sharonp -> I agree about the learning styles position....
19:27:02 sharonp -> brouhaha about learning styles
19:27:08 JenWagner -> or brouhaha??
19:27:28 dave -> @gsiemens yes?
19:27:44 gsiemens -> frameworks at times provide structure for sensemaking
19:27:46 PeggyG -> I also have multiple windows open with more tabs--busy day!
19:27:47 robert -> I think identifying differing learning styles can be useful for addressing issues such as teacher-fronted classrooms
19:28:05 JenWagner -> @peggyg -- still have just 2
19:28:07 gsiemens -> can the expression of ideas ever achieve the clarity of thought?
19:28:10 JL -> http://www.download.com/8301-2007_4-10028992-12.html
19:28:16 gsiemens -> learning styles are a concept to think with
19:28:32 ds -> be better to talk about universal design for learning, as opposed to learning styles
19:28:33 gsiemens -> (I say that to taunt, i admit - I have huge issues with learning styles)
19:28:39 nancykeane -> boo comcast!!
19:28:51 ds -> we can't "teach" the "styles" we have now
19:28:52 dave -> @robert i'm not sure it's worth the disempowerement of students who are convinced that they can't do things
19:29:10 JenWagner -> is there a ustream stream too? I think I am a delayed conversation
19:29:19 DaveC -> I read something about learning styles but didn't get it. Can someone draw a picture of it for me so I understand it better?
19:29:28 gsiemens -> but maybe the value of LS is not in the concept itself, but in raising our awareness to different types of needs learners have?
19:29:40 JL -> http://forums.macrumors.com/showthread.php?t=547777&highlight=assembly
19:29:56 sharonp -> if we *must* talk about learning styles with educators (as my colleagues in Africa did), I just think it needs to be presented as an approach, not a given (as in proven to exist through rigourous research)
19:30:01 ds -> @gsiemens anything that brings focus back to learning a good thing re value I agree
19:30:08 dave -> @robert http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Learning_styles
19:30:35 JohnS -> 100+ Ways to Score Freebies For Your Classroom: http://www.smartteaching.org/blog/2008/08/100-ways-to-score-freebies-for...
19:30:40 Gary -> Terminated!
19:31:08 dave -> sorry @robert that last one should have been @davec
19:31:28 JohnS -> http://cooltoolsforschools.wikispaces.com/
19:31:36 JenWagner -> that cooltools site is a keeper
19:31:53 JenWagner -> but the first page is empty -- look to the left to see the navigation bar
19:31:53 PeggyG -> I like cooltoolsforschools--because of the categories
19:31:59 dave -> http://gustav08.ning.com/
19:32:02 DaveC -> @dave, sorry, I was j/k.
19:32:25 JenWagner -> Jen -- did we have any apologies and arguments last week?? Hmmm, I don't think so :)
19:32:42 JohnS -> @JW boring show, then, eh?
19:32:46 JenWagner -> very
19:32:51 sharonp -> LOL
19:33:00 Gary -> Take out the Repulican convention?
19:33:08 JenWagner -> we were very kind and considerate
19:33:23 gsiemens -> that's an interesting point, Dave
19:33:38 gsiemens -> where we gather around information sources is rather revealing
19:33:46 gsiemens -> i just don't know what it's revealing...
19:33:48 sheila -> Just noticed tag galaxy image on Cooltoolsforschools
19:33:57 sharonp -> I have been riveted by the news about Gustav all day - online and on tv
19:33:58 JenM -> Digital Texts: http://www.latimes.com/news/local/la-me-books26-2008aug26,0,7901003.story ... and ... http://www.teleread.org/blog/2008/08/23/iphone-e-book-review/
19:34:13 JenWagner -> @sharonp -- I have it on in the background right now.
19:34:41 JenWagner -> Several teachers I know have let me know they have been evacuated
19:35:07 Sus Nyrop -> Amazing how this extreme weather can have an impact on the campaign popularity index
19:35:50 Sus Nyrop -> Republican convent party being cancelled and all that
19:36:10 sharonp -> As someone who is NOT American, I have been fascinated by this particular campaign - how social media and other events have been shaped by the stakeholders
19:36:21 JenWagner -> I just can't read books online.........I like to hold the book
19:36:26 Gary -> And maybe more expensive
19:36:31 JL -> http://lifehacker.com/5041404/best-places-to-find-deals-on-textbooks
19:36:42 JL -> http://blog.modernmechanix.com/2008/03/24/what-will-life-be-like-in-the-...
19:37:08 JoseRodriguez -> Yeah I saw that also on twitter
19:37:32 sharonp -> so what is wrong with the prediction?
19:37:38 JenWagner -> is online grocery shopping really catching on???
19:37:44 Gary -> Forgot about fossil fuel predictions also.
19:38:51 ds -> not to mention licensing issues re Jetsons, right @JS?
19:38:54 JohnS -> WhatTheFont?!: http://www.myfonts.com/WhatTheFont/
19:39:01 PeggyG -> LOL
19:39:30 JohnS -> NECC 2009 Proposals: http://center.uoregon.edu/ISTE/NECC2009/program/categories.php
19:39:52 JenWagner -> really -- only 10 months in advance --- :)
19:40:04 dave -> http://www.telegraph.co.uk/earth/main.jhtml?xml=/earth/2008/08/31/eaarct...
19:40:16 dave -> http://whatstheharm.net/index.html
19:40:24 JenWagner -> maybe I will write a proposal with software I hope will be around by then :)
19:41:03 Gary -> I like to be postive Dave!
19:41:14 Gary -> Some are quite sad.
19:41:37 JenM -> Fun with word clouds: http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/graphic/2008/08/01/GR200808... ... and ... http://www.darcynorman.net/2008/08/29/obamas-dnc-speech-as-a-word-cloud/
19:42:16 gsiemens -> really, is there an election in the US? Is that this year? I hadn't heard
19:42:21 gsiemens -> Who's Obama?
19:42:41 gsiemens -> i think it's the visualization
19:42:46 JenWagner -> I saw a lady at my grocher store wearing one that she bought at Target
19:42:50 gsiemens -> i.e., trends/patterns
19:42:52 JenWagner -> grocery store
19:42:59 JL -> http://www.spaceref.com/news/viewnews.html?id=1305 http://www.nasa.gov/externalflash/50th/ http://www.spreeder.com/
19:43:05 Sus Nyrop -> might suggest a conversation around the usage of læanguage and frequency of special terms
19:43:31 DaveC -> I want to make word-cloud t's for my math kids with their vocab words.
19:43:35 JenM -> @gsiemens ... I have a "visual" learning style ... (couldn't resist) :)
19:43:42 robert -> Spreeder is a great tool. I will get student feedback this wekk.
19:44:00 JohnS -> Sarah Palin on Wikipedia: Young Trigg's Edits: http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Sarah_Palin&diff=234778085&old...
19:44:02 Jason R -> Greetings
19:44:14 gsiemens -> I love politics
19:44:16 ds -> hey Jeh
19:45:07 gsiemens -> I think Harper will win the US election
19:45:13 sharonp -> Siemens for Prime Minister!
19:45:38 gsiemens -> heh - sorry, not Canadian-born, otherwise, I'd be all over that :)
19:45:51 sharonp -> desolee
19:46:06 Jason R -> Well, someone in the McCain campaign needs to know how to use a computer
19:46:09 sheila -> FF crashed but just got the new update . . .
19:47:10 gsiemens -> good point about pace, Jeff
19:47:30 JenWagner -> Yes, and comments made -- many moons ago -- will come back to haunt you. Pictures/blogs/twits/etc
19:47:47 gsiemens -> talk about the canadian election
19:47:47 Jason R -> But it is possible to be oblivious on the Internet
19:47:57 sharonp -> Youtube didn't exist in the last election - I think watching this campaign on youtube would make a FASCINATING and educational media literacy learning opportunity for our students!
19:48:07 ds -> loved the Google Cache article on Palin the @courosa tweeted 'bout yesterday
19:48:15 PeggyG -> which start? :-) we had several
19:48:33 robert -> Thank you
19:48:34 Sus Nyrop -> I was very happy to get back in the loop and hear your sweet vioces!
19:48:43 PeggyG -> :-) just recording starts
19:48:50 Sus Nyrop -> and find out about all these cool links
19:48:50 sharonp -> O Canada!
19:48:57 jennar -> fantastic show, as always! Love the chance to listen in :)
19:49:07 sheilat -> thanks!!!
19:49:12 JL -> skype jschinker to join in
19:49:12 Sus Nyrop -> Bye from Denmark EU
19:49:20 Gary -> Except we will have an election soon also - at least it will be over quickly.
19:49:22 ds -> great show crew
19:49:28 Sus Nyrop -> You sound so relaxed and competent
19:49:31 sharonp -> great back-to-school type show - missed you guys last week!
19:49:37 ds -> d'oh canada, you mean?
19:49:40 PeggyG -> seriously--great show! lots of new links to explore :-)
19:49:43 robert -> Enjoyed it a great deal
19:49:48 jennar -> oh... it is absolutely genuine, thanks all... see ya next week
19:49:50 Jason R -> When are you going to Korea?
19:49:55 Gary -> Thanks again.
19:50:02 sroseman -> super show as always
19:50:09 nancykeane -> Thanks and bye from New Hampshire
19:50:12 sharonp -> yes, the links didn't work for me in FF this week - can't wait to check out the chat later so I can explore
19:50:56 JenWagner -> is Jen moving too??
19:51:10 JenWagner -> LOL I am calling in
19:51:10 JenM -> @jw ... no ... just jeff
19:51:12 gsiemens -> thx all
19:51:17 sharonp -> LOL
19:51:19 gsiemens -> have a good week...
19:51:22 JenWagner -> no I am teasing
19:51:24 Sus Nyrop -> Did you ever consider eating those weeds
19:51:29 sheila -> gustav webcam - www.ustream.tv/channel/gustav_slidell
19:51:32 Sus Nyrop -> or, get a house goat
19:51:33 gsiemens -> just that Dave isn't nice
19:51:41 JenWagner -> let me find my headset
19:51:53 Sus Nyrop -> make tea not war
19:51:54 sharonp -> George is poking back
19:51:56 sheilat -> hi sheila from SheilaT
19:52:04 gsiemens -> I had a nice chat with Dave last week...
19:52:05 sheila -> Hi SheilaT!
19:52:08 sheilat -> so, you're the other sheila
19:52:16 sheila -> ah yes!
19:52:21 sheilat -> someone thought i was you
19:52:24 gsiemens -> talked about how to make the course less didactic
19:52:29 ds -> thanks for a great show--great to have y'all "back in the house"
19:52:32 gsiemens -> not sure how that will work yet...
19:52:45 JoseRodriguez -> Hose A and Hose B
19:52:50 Gary -> Sheilas - sounds very Australian
19:52:55 sheila -> Maybe I should be Sheila A
19:53:03 sheilat -> web 2.0 smackdown of the two sheilas
19:53:13 Sus Nyrop -> Sue Sue and Sus could also have a fight - but I won't
19:53:20 sroseman -> Are you Sheila_A
19:53:28 sroseman -> Hi Sus
19:53:38 robert -> Tune in next week. Thanks
19:53:42 sheila -> so if we did a wordle of this chat, sheila would come out on top?
19:53:43 Sus Nyrop -> Hi Sus Rose - long tme no see :-)
19:53:44 JoseRodriguez -> night all, bye
19:53:54 sroseman -> ditto Sus
19:53:56 sheila -> @sroseman - yes sheila_a
19:54:05 sheilat -> Look forward to bumping into you again sheila_a
19:54:07 ds -> I been complexified
19:54:09 sroseman -> ah hello
19:54:17 JenM -> http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/complexify
19:54:18 ds -> take care all
19:55:22 Jason R -> For the science debate: http://www.sciencedebate2008.com/www/index.php
19:55:32 PeggyG -> seems like ESN gave a link last week for tracking positions on technology in the elections
19:57:06 PeggyG -> http://www.eschoolnews.com/news/top-news/?i=54986;_hbguid=ac399a81-6a14-4d27-9173-2ef1a1382d2b tech agendas for McCain & Obama
19:57:32 JenWagner -> http://edelection.blogspot.com/
19:57:42 sharonp -> thanks, guys, for such a great show - I look forward to it every week! You make my weekend!
19:57:56 JenM -> must allow husband to turn on TV volume :)
19:58:05 JenM -> so ... I'm muting my skype ...
19:58:11 JohnS -> seeya jen
19:58:46 JL -> http://archive.newsmax.com/archives/ic/2007/6/3/224720.shtml
20:00:03 Sus Nyrop -> Night night folks late bedtime here!
20:00:06 PeggyG -> Great idea for WOW2 address at ETT!
20:00:52 Jason R -> If you know what the answer is, please ask us a question
20:01:27 PeggyG -> LOL
20:01:28 Jason R -> Night all
20:02:22 PeggyG -> Good night all!
20:02:25 JenM -> nite all!
20:03:17 sroseman -> thanks all