This 6 minute mashup video was created by H. Songhai, an educator and blogger in Philadelphia, using some of my audio podcasts and conference presentation recordings. Among other questions, this video mashup asks and answers the question, What is the most powerful form of writing? The answer, IMHO, is hyperlinked writing.

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Show Notes:

  1. This video on blip.tv
  2. Songhai Concepts – blog of H. Songhai
  3. What Did You Do in School Yesterday, Today, and Three Years Ago? – 2008 K12Online presentation by H. Songhai

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2 Responses to Podcast292V: Blogging – The New Conversation

  1. […] first collected in edublogs Added 14 Nov 08 from http://www.speedofcreativity.org Flag as inappropriate or […]

  2. […] you think of blogging as a conversation, it is hyperlinks that allow us to connect the voices together. It is a means for citing […]

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