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  1. If I could nominate a second one, it would be: This Brazen Teacher's "Tribes: Part Deux" - While she doesn't blog often, her posts (like this one) have a profound includnece on other bloggers and thinkers. She's like the quiet one at a dinner party who finally speaks up and changes the shape of the rest of the conversation.

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  2. Thanks for reminding me about a couple of these. I'd forgotten to add the to my new blog reel when I started Trying Teaching this fall.

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  3. Thanks for nominating the Comments4Kids blog. I thought it was a means to an end, but now I realize it is just a first step. Your other nominations have introduced me to some new things to check out. I can't believe I miss so much...

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  4. Totally agree about Look At My Happy Rainbow as the best kinder blog. There is such an opportunity to demean or be overly cutesy...and he never goes there. Maybe we can force a category. The award is all made up anyway...why not?

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  5. Thanks for the nomination, John. I don't know if you know about one of our foundational tenets, but now that you've mentioned us on the Internets, you are on the list to be a guest. Congrats!

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  6. Well your mention is like an award in itself, so I'll consider myself humbled. :)

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  7. I appreciate the mention as well. Thanks.

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  8. Thanks for the nomination. Since I tend to be a thorn in most edtechie's sides, do you want to place bets on how many votes I get. :) But as you know, raising unpopular views is not about popularity and more about being conscientious. The few folks who "get it" (such as yourself) and those who have been "converted" are enough to keep me going! Thank you!

    ps. I don't like the word converted - I'm not trying to make people agree with me, but I trying to expand the discussion beyond the echo chamber.

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