Sunday, June 03, 2007

Strike ending, NEA Blog, Mike Antonnuci could be right

More about Lake-Lehman, the striking district...that will be back in school on Monday.

Did you know NEA has a blog? I sure didn't...until now-- maybe that was the Edwonk post I decided to skip. I perused the topics, but no one's commenting on the blog. It kind of raises the question, if a blog has no comments, is it really a blog? (Akin to the "If a tree falls in the forest and there's no one there to hear it, does it make a noise?)

In several posts over the course of several weeks, Mike Antonucci over at Intercepts has remarked about the drop in edu-blogging lately. Besides the end of school which does tend to eliminate the student hijinks which some of us blog about, some of the large blogs (School Me!, The Chalkboard) have gone the way of the dodo. Perhaps we have hit "peak edublog" not too dissimilar to "peak oil" (which I hope we haven't hit yet). Dunno, only time will tell.


NYC Educator said...

There's no end to blogging, as long as folks like you and me and thousands of others feel like doing it. It's just too cool to stop, doc.

On the Edge said...

Perhaps it's time to shake up the NEA a bit. Thanks for the link.


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