I've been SCUBA diving all over the world but have never enjoyed a dive as much as I recently did in Maui. As you might expect, the weather was great, the sea was clear and the fish were colorful. But the highlight was when a pod of about 50 dolphins swam by us and I was lucky enough to be about 10 feet away from them. Apparently this is relatively rare. After experiencing the grace and power of the dolphins in the wild, everything else on the SCUBA dive seemed to pale by comparison.
I was honored for edu2.0 to receive a 5-star review from BadSquare, a popular blog focused on e-learning design. Its author, Mark Crisman, does an insightful job of listing the top 5 things that edu2.0 brings to the e-learning space:
Web-hosted and Easy to use
Private or Public, you decide
I also particularly enjoyed the first comment on the blog:
I am also very impressed by Edu2.0. They seem to be doing all the right things in this space which is going to get more crowded as we move into 2008. If I was a betting man, I'd throw some coins towards Edu2.0 as one that lasts or gets bought by one of the big LMS companies still trying to "get it".
I just took a cab in the pouring rain over to Vator.tv headquarters to shoot some video updates on edu2.0 as well as my upcoming corporate e-learning company and education platform company. Here's the video update on edu2.0; sorry for the not-so-great-lighting!
The Ron Paul TeaParty 07 money bomb is going very well so far. It's already raised more than the previous money bomb and looks like it will surpass $6m. Ron Paul started the day with about $11.5m and currently has $17.4m with a couple of hours to go.
This graph shows the previous money bomb in black and the current money bomb in blue: