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Friday, July 13, 2007

Training Blog Portal with PageFlakes

Steve Woodruff and I have put together a portal aggregating blogs around the topic of training/elearning/innovation and other learning, development and education topics.

Check it out at TrainingBlogs (we didn't spend a lot of time on the name.)

Here is what Brent Schlenker had to say about the portal.
So, if you don't want to mess around with aggregators and making your own little world of opt-in opt-out content, and you'd rather kick it old school...then just bookmark this little gem and you'll have a very good connection to the training world.

And here is what Wendy Wickham said
Superduper cool!!! Love it!!! Bookmarked it!!!!


And...if something is missing, you don't like a category...we omitted important blogs (your blog), please let me or Steve know. (especially in the Edubloggers tab).

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3 comments:

Christy Tucker said...

Looks great! Thanks for including me.

A couple of suggestions for edublogs:
1. Will Richardson at weblogg-ed.com
2. David Warlick's blog, 2 Cents Worth

Natalie said...

Thank you for creating this. This is exactly what I've been looking for. Aggregators seem to spur an unhealthy and obsessive compulsive need to check feeds. This method allows me to just check things at a glance.

John Rice said...

I saw this PageFlakes thing and wondered what it was. Now I know! Very cool idea. Thanks, Karl.
JR