Have a peaceful, loving Cristmas and a joyful new year!

Well, that’s pretty much it from me this year, I’m off until the 4th Jan and am also sworn off weblogs, wikis, CMSs, email, IM, SMS, podcasting, pedagogy, technology, community, digital imaging, multimedia, MySQL databases, PHP, hosting, support, laptops, desktops and any ideas / thoughts / projects / conferences / papers related to any of the above until at least the 3rd :o)

I’ve had a crazy year, professionally more interesting and frustrating than I’ve ever known and personally more devastating, powerful and edifying than I could have every imagined.

Am not sure I ever want another year like 2004, but it’s with hope and belief that I look forward to 2005 and I’d like to share that with all of you out there.

A View from the Classroom — Lehmann’s Log, Abject Learning, Auricle, autounfocus, BeatBlog, Bee – coming a Webhead, Big IDEA, Blog de Halavais, blog.IT, blogsperiment, Chasing the Dragon’s Tale, cogdogblog, Collaborative Learning, Connectivity: Spike Hall’s RU Weblog, cyberdash – cyberteacher cyberculture cyberlearner, D’Arcy Norman @ The Learning Commons, Dale Pike, Dan Mitchell’s Teachnology Weblog, dcartertod’s blog, Dr. B.’s Blog – A blog of classroom activities and discussions., e-learning, e-Learning Acupuncture, E-Learning Queen, eCornell Research Blog, EdBlogger Praxis, EdNA Home Page, EdTechPost, EdTechUK, The Edu-Blogger, EduBlog Insights, Education/Technology – Tim Lauer, EDUCAUSE Blogs –, EduResources Weblog–Higher Education Resources Online, eLearning Design Challenge, elearningpost, elearnspace, Everything In Moderation, Experience Designer Network, The Future of Mathematics, futureStep | net.tech, academia, society & culture, GrowingPains, Harold’s blog, Headshift Moments, hipteacher, Holly’s Research Journal, ICTlogy, Jeremy Hiebert’s headspaceJ — Instructional Design and Technolo, Jim Flowers: Blogs and Education, Kairosnews – A Weblog for Discussing Rhetoric, Technology and Pe, Kathleen Gilroy, Learning Technologies, Mathemagenic, Michelle’s Online Learning Freakout Party Zone, Musings, OLDaily, Online Learning, Online Learning Update, Only Connect, Open Artifact, palimpsest, PEDABLOGUE, Peter on eLearning, Random Walk in E-Learning, The Savvy Technologist, Seblogging News, tBLOG – blahblahblog, TheFord News, Tuttle SVC, weaverluke, Weblogg-ed News, Weblogs in Higher Education, What’s New at the e-Learning Centre, What’s New in PinkFlamingo’s Resource Lists?, wiley.ed.usu.edu – thinking, wwwtools for teachers, XplanaZine,
Inderscience, Innovate, International Review of Research in Open and Distance Learning,
2004 Weblog Awards, @ Home & Abroad, apcampbell, apophenia, cj’s, Contentious, Creative Commons: weblog, crows to burnaby, CultureCat: Rhetoric and Feminism –, Derek Powazek, Dilbert, Dowbrigade News, EmptyBottle.org, gapingvoid, Google Blog – Live, Got Moxie?, i d e a n t, j’s scratchpad, jill/txt, John Palfrey News, librarian.net : a library weblog, LogicalExplosion, Mind Tracks, Parkin’s Lot, Ponderance, PunditMania, StigmergicWeb, Think Thunk, underthesun, videoblog::vog 2.0, Yan know what?, {fray},
.:| randgaenge |:., Alex Halavais, Almost Audacious IT, B. Mann Consulting – Technology Consulting in Vancouver, beyond bullets, Blog.org, Blogging Roller, Clay Shirky’s Essays, Common Craft – Online Community Strategies, Corante: Social Software, Curiouser and curiouser!, David Davies’ Weblog, del.icio.us/LibraryStuff, Forum on Information Technology and Research Universities, Geeklog Site, jill/txt, Joi Ito’s Web, Jon’s Radio, Library Stuff, mamamusings, Many-to-Many, Mark Roseman’s Blog, McGee’s Musings, owrede_log : interfacedesign.org, Paolo Valdemarin: Paolo’s Weblog, Portals and KM, Read/Write Web, Really Simple Syndication weblog, The Red Couch, Robin Good’s Latest News, Roland Tanglao’s Weblog, Ross Mayfield’s Weblog, Scripting News, Seb’s Open Research, The Shifted Librarian, so this is mass communication?, The Social Software Weblog, Teaching With Technology, technica, Ten Reasons Why, Ton’s Interdependent Thoughts, Unbound Spiral, Vlog 2.1, Weblog Dynamics!

May you all have a peaceful, joyous and merry Christmas and New Year filled with love and hope!

15 replies on “Have a peaceful, loving Cristmas and a joyful new year!”

  1. Don’t forget to keep with you, at least, some pen and paper!

    Happy, lazy and unfruitful rest for you all ;))

  2. Thank you James for all your contributions this year and I hope 2005 will retribute your efforts. Have a wonderful holiday season, away from it all, and we all hope to see you back on 4th, refuelled with dreams and positive energy.
    Warm regards from Brazil

  3. James-
    Bless you and wishing you well. Here’s to a new year filled with happy surprises, insights, and new visions. Take care, virtual friend.
    -ray

  4. Merry Christmas James to you and yours.

    I wish you a simply happy 2005, during which you will hopefully see my face.

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