I recorded a short archived webcast via Qik this afternoon in the DFW airport enroute to the 2009 Learning at School conference in Rotorua, New Zealand. This was my first Qik video to record of myself, by myself, so I apologize that the camera angle was not well centered. (I’ll do better next time!)

Qik rocks!

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2 Responses to NZ Travel Update: DFW

  1. […] the LAX airport enroute to the 2009 Learning at School conference in Rotorua, New Zealand. I posted my first “in airport” video update over on my main blog, but since updates like this one may bore readers to that blog looking for educational technology […]

  2. Simon says:

    Hi Wesley,

    Nice to hear you’re on the way to us down here in NZ. Looking forward to catching up with you at the Blogger’s Cafe. Both myself and Jane Nicholls have been asked to ‘run’ it this year…. whatever that turns out to mean. Sounds like a great way to sit, drink coffee, share educational stories. Not a bad way to spend time at the conference. See you there.

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