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replied to andrew's answer to cmnagel's question below and replied to florida home made soap blog, and decided to follow each of their blogs too!!!
a great way to network when a blog posts links to resources that are applicable!!!Mahalo Florida home made soap!!! (jus' sayin'!!!)
Task completed I hope!
I commented on CoderGirl's handwritten blog post.
Nothing makes you think about what you write as much as doing it by hand.
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Just posted a comment on CoderGirlDesign's blog (http://codergirldesign.wordpress.com).
Here's the link to her post http://codergirldesign.wordpress.com/2012/11/01/html-by-hand
I'm guessing that curators of the lesson are wanting participants to understand that we can establish connective systems of collaboration, that this undertaking, like all learning environments on the web, do not have to be approached in isolation.
Many may come here not fully realizing this.
Mahalo Andrew for the articulation of your answer to this basic but essential question in our learning. So I guess I have commented to a class memeber's post who commented on a class member's post. I luv how this works!!! Therefore, assignment completed!!!