Saturday, September 12, 2009

Episode 79 I Want Candy!

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Show Notes:

Tech Talk:
Jeff shares some sites that recently appeared in his Delicious Links.
http://www.selfcast.com/
http://www.jolicloud.com/
http://www.livebinders.com/

Media Integration:
Dan shares "Daylight" by Matt & Kim
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WgBeu3FVi60

Book Talk:
"The Muppet Show" Comic Book from Boom Kids and Roger Langridge.

Didya See/Listener Feedback:
Welcome Back Harold!
Dan comments on an RSU newspaper article http://tinyurl.com/n7nzjt
Comic Show in Bangor http://www.bangpopmaine.com

Music in this week's episode comes from Penmachine Podcast. “Meltdown Man” intro music by Derek K. Miller. Bumper music, “Pizzaro & Cortez” by: Slim on the album “Interstate Medicine” available via Creative Commons Attribution Share Alike License at http://www.jamendo.com/en/download/album/3100

Listener feedback is encouraged. Contact us at wickeddecentlearning@gmail.com or leave us comments at http://wickeddecentlearning.blogspot.com or on Twitter, name Wicked Decent, or on Skype- Wicked Decent Learning. Leave us a voicemail at 1.888.887.3127 (in the US), channel code 17760, password 207. This episode was recorded Sept. 11 2009.

2 comments:

TeachJ said...

I actually like the two podcasts, one for links and tech/books and one for your main content. Plus I get WDL twice a week.

Harold Shaw said...

Hi guys, I liked format of this episode and the length :). I couldn't sleep this morning, so put on my ipod and listened to I want Candy. As soon as it was over, was ready to go back to sleep :). But really good show I liked the livebinders concept, but think that Evernote or OneNote (once it gets in the cloud) are more mature.

Good listening to you again. Yes I am back!!!! I was offered and accepted a teaching position, but can't say where until school board approves the appointment. So you will get to hear from me a lot more now. That is either a good thing or a bad thing depending upon your perspective.

Any ideas for a returning teacher who has been out of the loop for a year and have never used a Mac - we were windows based, and now will be part of the MLTI network.

Be talking to you

Harold