Sunday, September 28, 2008

Mission Impossible, Mission Accomplished

It was with some apprehension and trepidation that I embarked upon this challenge of completing the 23 things worth of Web 2.0 skills. Each exercise presented itself to me like an exam paper seen for the first time and the brain freezes.
I feel better for having completed the programme and gained a wider knowledge of what else is out there in cyberspace being used vigorously by such a wide section of the community and especially the younger generation. I am glad to have been part of the programme and apart from what I have gained in knowledge I have also a sense of achievement and satisfaction. A downside was the length of time taken to explore the various links, it did rather seem to take over my life. My answers seem to have grown longer as the programme has progressed.
My favourite discoveries, particular sites that I could revisit and explore further at some later date, were: Image Generators, Rollyo, Google Docs, YouTube, ebooks, Library Thing, Del.icio.us, Flickr, RSS Feeds. The unexpected outcome from this programme was that I actually completed it and within the timeframe as well.

2 comments:

Biblio Chick said...

Congratulations - it was mission possible after all! I hope you continue to blog so that I can continue to enjoy your brand of humour and the lovely laugh aloud double entendres.

NSL Learning 2.0 team said...

Well done on a great achievement! What an interesting blog you wrote throughout the programme. Congratulations!