The Titanic pose


Originally uploaded by kerryankHad to do it – hate me if you must! If you visit the Titanic sim, go to the ballroom and get the narration. It really makes the experience. Otherwise, it’s just…

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Computer? Are you listening?


I am experimenting with Vista’s voice recognition software — a rabbit hole I fell down while setting up my new headset. Ironically, I’ve tried 4 times now to get Vista to type Vista and it…

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Using Second Life as a communications and education tool


As I spend more time in Second Life, I look for interactive events to see how people are using this exciting new medium. So far, for me, it does a good job of bridging the…

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From the Edublog Awards


Originally uploaded by kerryank I’ve blogged about this on my education.au blog¬† but wanted to add a few quick thoughts here. The fact that the organisers of the Edublog awards recognised the Australian teen who…

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Mobile code scanning


It’s fun, it’s flashy — but is it useful? As my hubby and I explore my new convergent phone (a Nokia N95) with the bells and whistles, the code scanner has been the latest facet…

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