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Any time, any place, any where?

I’ve just been preparing for Wilson Waffling Live, reading an article about the correct use of the comma. Normally I would just add the title of the waffle without much thought, but I am currently wondering if I have actually punctuated it correctly. To actually waffle about punctuation and/or literacy would probably not be a perfect choice, due to my lack of expertise within this area. So this week’s waffle is not about books like last week’s or even writing. It’s all about Martinis!

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Personal Waffle – Confession time!

Every now and again, I feel that I would like to write more of a personal waffle. When I say personal, I mean that rather than sharing my views or thoughts about teaching, technology and twaddle, I mean that I want to tell you something about myself and how this impacts on my learning and, in some cases, my teaching. This is going to be one of those waffles and I am going to start with a confession…

First Steps with Tweeting

As part of my own professional development, I have been writing waffles for other websites. Although I always refer to them as blog posts (waffles sounds a bit unprofessional), they are basically the same format as my waffling posts here. This originally was a waffle I wrote about what to do next with your Twitter account. All the sites require an original waffle (post) with some allowing you to publish it on your own site at a later date. Unfortunately, after submitting this post nearly two months ago, it has been rejected (I assume) so I thought I would post it here.