David Warlick has posted a blog entry as well as a podcast in response to last week’s international skypecast focusing on his ideas about telling the new story!

I’ll be reading and listening to this on Monday as I make my way to Orlando for the SITE 2006 and FETC 2006 conferences. 🙂

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5 Responses to The new story dialog continues

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  2. Brett Moller says:

    This has been a great conversation and has been very useful to my thinking and work at the moment. I would love to be involved in a future skypecast!!! I am downunder in Australia.

  3. Wesley Fryer says:

    That is great Brett, I’ll get in touch with you in advance of our next international skypecast in a few weeks, probably in mid-April.

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