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I just wandered across a bit of old news, but new to me. A professor at the University of Toronto had a transient project, University funded, to develop education-oriented blog tools. The project was called Edublog. It's good to know there was an on-campus project edging in that direction, even if it closed down in May this year. The project's inceptor is an avid proponent of web based communications technologies, and effuses on varieties of blogs
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I just wandered across a bit of old news, but new to me. A professor at the University of Toronto had a transient project, University funded, to develop education-oriented blog tools. The project was called <a href="http://edublog.com/">Edublog</a>. It's good to know there was an on-campus project edging in that direction, even if it closed down in May this year. The project's inceptor is an avid proponent of web based communications technologies, and effuses on varieties of blogs <a href=""http://www.netauthor.org/e2k/jan2002/features.html111"">here</a>. It's thanks to this particular article that I just learned <a href=""http://www.neilgaiman.com/"">Neil Gaiman</a> has <a href=""http://www.neilgaiman.com/journal/journal.asp"">his own weblog</a>. Unfortunately, only the archive seems currently accessible, and that only from this year's July 31st on back.