This is just a quick post to keep my loyal readers (hi, mum and dad!) informed of what's going on. I don't have time to go into all the gory details right now, but suffice it to say that I am currently working on a borrowed computer having expended loads of time and energy dealing with my own one, have been descended upon by relatives virtually unannounced, and just to bring the number of things up to three (things always happen in threes, so they say), my exhaust dropped off a few days ago. Well, the exhaust from my car if you are going to be pedantic about it.
So the upshot is this:
- I have had to focus on my work in the reduced time and energy I've had available. I am sure you understand the need to put bread on the table. Not that we eat bread, but you know what I mean.
- I will be writing about a visit to the RM REAL Centre soon, my experiment with setting up a newswire in Publish2, which I have been a member of for a couple of years, and of course continuing with the 31 Days to Become a Better Ed Tech Leader series.
But right now I have to drive my car to the garage to have the exhause fixed. If you live in my neck of the woods and you hear what sounds like a tank going past, it's probably me. Don't forget to wave as I crawl past.