My name Is Benjamín Pérez Souto and that is my first blog. I hope that you enjoy with it.
This course will become read-only in the near future. Tell us at community.p2pu.org if that is a problem.
If you already have a blog, great, you can use that for the Webcraft 101 challenges. In which case you can proceed directly to the next task.
My name is Jeff Giddens. I am curious fellow who enjoys wandering through the internet searching for enlightenment in its various forms. I am intrigued by what P2PU is about and what participants here are doing. I've been (professionally) involved in teaching and learning since the early 1990s. I have had experience as a Middle School classroom teacher, an instructional technologist, a content developer at an online school, a university professor, and a freelance instructional technology consultant.
I view learning as journey rather than a destination. As such, I like being on the move. I am hoping to find and get to know other travellers who may be on a path similar to that of my own. Along the way, I will be passing through this realm as a visitor. Since it P2PU encompasses a large domain, I am guessing that I'll be willing wanderer here.
I am keeping a journal along the way, my Wordpress blog: The Visitor. I doubt that my rambling will be the stuff of great prose or the makings of a Pulitzer Prize. Even so, I extend a hearty welcome to anyone who might be curious and will appreciate all correspondence.
I'm David, I'm 21 and have recently completed my masters in e-commerce. I do have a good have a good business understanding of how the web works however I am always intrigued about what goes on behind the scenes. I want to learn more about how the web works in terms of code, programming and interoperatbility between the languages, users and infrastructure. I hope that you will hit me up on my blog. http://learningthedevelopersropes.wordpress.com/
Feel free to discuss and chat with me on this, were all here to learn. Lets make this a fun and enjoyable journey for all.