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Monday, October 24, 2005

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Je crois que nous aimons tous les images. Instinctivement, elles séduisent davantage que le mot. Tandis que le mot porte son ténébreux habit, l’image revet ses plus beaux atours. Il va de soi que le premier est masculin et le... [Read More]

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D'Arcy Norman

Tried to add myself a few times, but apparently Calgary isn't a valid city :-)

Josie

Why not adopt a city that is recognised? Liverpool, Milan or Tokyo are all available: You can relocate to a glamorous city without the expense. Oh wait, I forgot that's completely not the point. There are tons of you mighty Canadian edtechs! Between you I'm sure you can get Google to add Calgary. If you get a blog sticker I'll display it with pride.

Matt Whyndham

It occurs to me that the map-based view, charming as it is, ceases to become a resource once the coverage equates to, say, all UK universities. Or am I wrong?

D'Arcy Norman

It worked this morning... Trying "Calgary, Alberta (Canada)" for the city seems to have kicked in.

Rob Wall

Well done, Josie! This is quite the lovely little party/un-conference you have initiated. But I am a bit peeved that you have at least *tripled* the number of blogs I have to put on my "read ever day" list! ;^)

Ben

Thanks for writing about such a great little tool. I've already added it to my site and hope to have our little community showing off where they live.

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