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Hi Joe,
Thanks for the comment. I'm surprised you found us, as we weren't planning to shout about the blog until September - we're in a test phase! We're on the podcast trail as well now thanks mainly to ideas and tips we picked from both yourself and Ewan McIntosh, and the blog seemed to be the natural progression. All the department are keen for it - and want to use it, but we'll see how well it's being used in say, January!

Hi Alex,

I found your link on El Blog de Español!!! -

It looks really good. It's interesting to see how you've set it out. I'm going to create a school blog for the pupils over the summer which I'm going to launch in September. I've already told the pupils and most of them think it sounds cool. They need to see the blog in practice though I think and get excited about their growing readership. This was a point made in the Blogosphere programme on Teachers TV recently

The site meter I use on my blog from is good for that and it's free. Little pictures of the flags show the country that each reader comes from. I find this quite exciting, particular when it's a new continent or country I've not seen on the blog before, but maybe I should get out more!

The dew player for playing mp3's is a nice way to ensure they'll play on your site irrespective of which media player you have installed as it just need Flash to run. The link is

I've been having a look at different sites for creating resources from digital photos. Here are some interesting ones.


Blogs are starting to happen in England and it's an exciting time. I keep track of when a blog updates by using the brilliant service Feedwhip

Just type in the blog address you want to track on the Feedwhip site, plus your email and then each time the blog is updated, you are sent an email reminder in your inbox. Amazing!

All the best


P.S Feel free to put a link from this blog on yours if you want

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