The skies are clearing, my blood/caffeine levels are out of whack and my brain hurts.
A few thoughts before I close the laptop today (I'm giving up on the final keynote to see whether my apartment is still standing)
- The last session was a fantastic example of demonstrating points in practice. Participation, interactivity, modeling best practices. All of the things we say we want to do but never see in a presentation at a conference. And these ladies did it in less than 50 minutes! Kudos to the women from Vangent!
- Stephen Downes finally put together for me the relationship between Social Networks and Web 2.0 technologies. I know most of you are saying "No Duh" but I'm slow. Had a sense of the relationship, but never could define it.
(BTW - the LOL Cats was all ME!)
- The discussion about Mobile learning really needed to happen in a workshop with more time. Because, at it seemed clear during the session, the definition of what "learning" is is changing.
- Also Kudos to Karl Kapp and Mark Oehlert for doing a last minute session that I missed because I was hiding in the basement hallway.