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Heh - well, I guess I have to start pointing out the difference between rhetorical "we" and literal "we" in my blog posts now :)

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Fracking: turning Texas into California since 2008.

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The Underlying Barrier to Education Reform (a side thought on @davecormier's post) http://bit.ly/1HBxbPm

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Trying to get my brain back in gear with a blog post. Not a good sign when my own writing in my head sounds like Charlie Brown adults.

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Reading "Trying to solve for the problem of education in 2015 | Dave's Educational Blog http://davecormier.com/edblog/2015/01/05/trying-to-solve-for-the-problem-of-education-in-2015/

This post continues to look more at the issues that are needing reform in education in 2015, set in the historical context of how various education reforms have shaped our current system. This again sets a good stage for why I am a big proponent of heutatgogy.

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Reading: "Personalize Learning: 10 Trends to Personalize Learning in 2015" http://www.personalizelearning.com/2014/12/10-trends-to-personalize-learning-in.html

Interesting look at how many ideas in personalized learning might come together in 2015. There are still many institutional barriers in place that will hamper this (not to mention a societal fear of failure), but there is much here that I hope does begin to emerge.

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So I am checking out this new tool called Known. It allows you to keep your data on your site and push that information to other sites (Twitter, Facebook, Flickr, etc). Its a new concept called POSSE (Publish on your Own Site, Syndicate Elsewhere). Pretty cool so far. http://known.mattcrosslin.com

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So trying to see if this is connected to Twitter yet....

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Kicking the tires on this Known thing. Installation still buggy a bit. But nice so far.