So via Clancy Ratliffe, I came across a link to H2O which is a site where you can make “playlists” on particular topics. So, for instance, if I’m teaching about the Read/Write Web (what a conincidence!) I can build a list of key resources that people might find helpful and share it via RSS. Looks pretty cool, but obviously it’s going to take some time to figure out exactly what it can do.
But here’s the best part…I’m figuring it out with Steve Dembo, Jim Wenzloff and Jack McLeod (left to right in the picture). Now how cool is that…four bloggers rolling up their sleeves to collaboratively figure out a potentially cool new tool and who agree to meet at the ship’s bar tonight during the Boston Harbor Cruise to share our findings. Should be an interesting post.
The blogosphere is great, but it’s also a lot of fun to get to spend some time with people who I read on a daily basis. And to learn with them as well…