DislikedI am interested in workshopIgnored
DislikedI would definitely be interested. Why not video seminar though????Lot less money, but live would be the ultimate.
DislikedI just told Skunny I need to know how many are going to attend so I can start making overalls for everyone.And how many mason jars do i need to bringIgnored
DislikedAre old friends allowed to join?? And I would like to get a pair of those customised overalls, I can bring more mason jars also!!!!
Oh yea and I vote for it to be in Florida this time for 2 reasons:
1.) its warmer
2.) I'm working in Florida during the week so I wont have to spend 17 hours at the airport stay for 12 then head right back to the airport and fly out this time, LOLIgnored
DislikedI think this would definitely be worthwhile.
DislikedMy wife (a visiting prof at a local Univ) has just received a grant to develop online classes (aka distance learning) for her Biology Dept. I've provided some tech help for her (Such as avoiding horrible web-conferencing companies...I digress) and thought perhaps I might take a stab at developing the structure to present this comprehensive body of material in a way that enhanced the learning curve for all of us.
One of the things that we have learned is that different people learn differently, for example videos are best for some, notes for others, and audio (podcasts) are best for others. You get the idea. The modules would be built to address each learning style.
Let me know if this idea might have any traction. It would be a long term project to finish, but some folks may benefit from each module as it were developed.
ps. Since I'm no longer a broker, I have a reasonable expectancy of actually finishing something I start.
pps. It would be great to see you-uns again.Ignored
DislikedI can tell you, even if you didn't learn anything, the entertainment value for attendees would be worth their costs. I will try to be there. Would be good to catch up again...tell some more "true stories"!!Ignored