I know, I know, there’s so many people I know who have said to me “I’m not on Facebook, it’s all about what you’re doing and where you are!”
I have to admit that when I first joined, I believed that myself. Slowly though, a few friend requests came through from people who I had come to know from my PLN (The Educator’s PLN), from Twitter and from the wonderful #edchat and #ukedchat that I took part in.
I usually start my computing day by looking first at how my blog has done overnight. I then go to Facebook before a quick glance at Twitter to see whether I have had any new followers or whether anyone mentioned me.
Often I will find some fascinating posts when I go to Facebook. This morning was a very good example. I thought I would mention just a few of the things that I encountered.
I started by looking at a posting by a friend , Jackie Gerstein, which was a clip from “America’s Got Talent”
This was a truly amazing dance act that combined brilliant moves with high technology.
I then looked at a speech that my friend Chris Anderson (he of TED fame) gave at Harvard…
I then found a great posting by my friend Eleni Sikavista entitled:
This was my posting:
Excellent version of a great song by Tom Lehrer by the wonderful Periodic Table of Elements site.
Lastly in my hour or so of investigation, viewing, reading I came across this posting from I site I follow avidly “Open Culture“: