Learning2gether Episode 146
Plan B Text Chat
Significance of the event
There is another very interesting aspect of the session this Sunday. It was the first time I conducted such an event in a Hangout On Air, and streamed the video at http://webheadsinaction.org/live
Testing prior to the actual event
This is the video in which Jeff Lebow coached me on learning this technique. It can be found also here: http://webheadsinaction.org/painless-magic-vance-learning-jeff-lebow
Holly Dilatush graciously agreed to share her comments here which she posted to Google + as we were meeting together. It seems she was having F.U.N.
I just heard Jeff’s Sae-hey-bok-mahn-ee-pah-deu-sey-yo! (or something close!) i will never forget that expression = Happy New Year in Korean! Happy New Year, all!
I use the exercise balls, too… great idea for non-squeak! [I’m typing more notes as I listen!] Fun, fun, f.u.n.!
So much fun to see you all!
[EVO_Drama_2013 is rather quiet, too, though it’s picking up a lot today for some reason]
I haven’t signed up for kubbu = too many things to keep track of and testing my ability to say “No.” (or at least, “Not now”). Every new post about it tempts me to go sign up and play, too. But as of today I have not signed up.
Interesting observation…. watching the hangout recording = we don’t see who is talking…
psychedelic flashes! (Why?) Are there really colors flashing in her room? (not sure who that is).
Oh… listening to Rita talking about Webheads… yes, yes, yes!
“Learning is chaotic” (Vance)
Vance was punished?! No, no, no… come back, Vance!
How quickly we feel frustrated! So many options! Isn’t it amazing that we are navigating all of these (or at least some of these) = I used to give up but now keep trying most of the time = often without thinking twice.
Podcasting = I do need to revisit this… was frustrated with this in the past. Isn’t it interesting what we choose to follow, why, and when/why we give up?
Anyone know Blog Talk Radio ?
“Can you hear me now?” 😀
Come to Paraguay!
no more isolation!
Vance is back!
Stael (sp) = how to pronounce
Nina lost in Google Hangout Toolbox?
free speech = debates = culture = discussion / “don’t/can’t” discuss culture
English language = helps change the culure (interesting)
I’ll put a plug in for everyone to check out process drama techniques as a way to enhance = check out EVO_Drama sessions
Vance’s voice gone again! and back again!
On WizIQ, it’s advised to close Skype and any other programs that use microphone… if you are the one who started the class… so I wonder if this is what caused Vance’s disconnects? [But I do NOT know what I’m talking about, do not understand the behind-the-scenes tech stuff! …just passing along a possible tip?]
Trace Effects game = another I’ve passed on for now… How do we keep up with all the things we attempt to keep up on.
OK… sorry guys, have to stop listening… but these hangouts on Air recordings make me feel less left out (won’t make TESOL this year; didn’t make TESOL last year, and miss seeing everyone in person; this is the next best thing!).
keep sharing the “cognitive surplus” (Nina)
Smiles to all,
I scooped the post AFTER I had rendered the mp3 audio from the Elluminate recording (if you want to do that for your recordings, download Publish from the Elluminate site for free – only works on Apple though!!). I uploaded the mp3 to the Posterous blog (this one) on which I have installed Feedburner. That makes the podcast feed link which you can see in the sidebar.
That might sound complicated, but when you set up Feedburner and give it your blog URL it asks you if you are a podcaster, and just by ticking YES at that point, your blog becomes a podcast, where any media you upload will be included in its RSS feed.
Now an interesting affordance of Scoop.it is that if your post includes an audio file, it sometimes (not always, 90% of the time, and the other 10% drives me nuts) puts your recording up at Scoop.it in a media player so anyone hitting on the scoop can play the audio right there.
What’ll they think of next? Try it:
Last words from Jeff Lebow: