Sunday, January 24, 2010

The Best (?) of The Fischbowl 2009

As I have the previous three years (2008, 2007, 2006), this is the post where I try to pull together some of the most interesting blog posts from my blog in 2009. These are not necessarily fantastic posts, but should give readers that are new to the blog a place to start to get a feel for what this blog is all about.

I posted 88 times in 2009, down sharply from 141 in 2008, 148 in 2007 and 199 in 2006. This is my 624th post since beginning in September of 2005.

Here we go.

January (10 posts)
Best: Take Me to Your Leaders(s)
Honorable Mention: I Just Want to Say One Word to You: Collaboration

February (9 posts)
Best: The Great Reset: A Crisis (in K-12 Education) is a Terrible Thing to Waste
Honorable Mentions: What's the Purpose of School?; AWNM Video Conference: Tech Setup, Ustream Archive and Pictures

March (5 posts)
Best: The Invention of Air, PLNs and School Transformation
Honorable Mention: Disconnect(Ed)

April (8 posts)
Best: Great Expectations
Honorable Mentions: What's in a Name; Pondering

May (5 posts)
Best: Why Should Your District Continue?
Honorable Mention: Cory Doctorow Interview: Ustream Archive

June (3 posts)
Best: Student Display Names: I Was Wrong
Honorable Mention: We Can Do This. We Should Do It.

July (2 posts)
Best: It's Who You Know
Honorable Mention: A Digital Footprint Growth Model

August (4 posts)
Best: More Than a Passing Trend
Honorable Mention: Linux on Netbooks and Whiskers on Kittens

September (8 posts)
Best: A Low Fidelity Education?
Honorable Mention: We Have the Technology

October (12 posts)
Best: Is the Pen Mightier than the Keyboard?
Honorable Mentions: What's Core?; Jason Shellen Ustream Archive

November (12 posts)
Best: Twitter Lists and Aggregated Content: Are We Responsible?
Honorable Mention: A Good Day

December (10 posts)
Best: Google Goggles: Why Didn't I Think of That?
Honorable Mention: Which Campaign is More Effective?

1 comment:

  1. Why do you think you're blogging less, Karl? Less to say or more time pressures?

    Have you thought about putting together your best posts and publishing them via, for example.

    Mine's here: