About the Blog


Originally starting as a technology blog for Educators the blog was dusted off and re-purposed  as a journal of an educators experience with a new MS Surface RT primarily. As the original surface has become superseded and the blog has covered a wide range of specific Surface posts (well over a 100) it has be re-purposed again for educational technology,  innovation and wider pedagogy.

I am not one for prose (however much I would like to be) and this blog is likely to be more clipped and factual (but you never know!)

So here is the disclaimer for the site:

  1. This is a personal weblog. The opinions expressed here represent my own and not those of my employer or any organisation I am connected with.
  2.  My thoughts, perspective and opinions can and do change over time… a consequence of early adoption and not knowing all (although I try to be as complete and thorough as I can be). Thoughts and opinions expressed are only relevant at the time of posting and may not representative of opinions I may hold today. The Author may keep updating old posts on a regular basis and is not bound to explicitly state all corrections made in light of known errors.
  3. While every caution has been taken to provide my readers with most accurate information and honest analysis, please use your discretion before taking any decisions based on the information in this blog. The Author will not compensate you in any way whatsoever if you ever happen to suffer a loss/inconvenience/damage because of/while making use of information in this blog.
  4. Feel free to challenge me, disagree with me, or tell me I am out-rightly wrong in the comments section of each blog entry (constructive criticism, evidence and differing perspectives are especially welcomed), but I reserve the right to delete any comment for any reason whatsoever (abusive, profane, rude, or anonymous comments) – I am British so do have manners please 🙂


5 comments on “About the Blog

    • Oh wow. Thanks. I certainly will pay it forward. Don’t know if I can find 10 blogs I follow. But maybe that’s part of the challenge. Expect a post regarding the award soon. Currently I’m on a hellish 4 1/2 hr train journey for an elearning meeting tomorrow.

      • That’s ok! I thought it was a really nice way of connecting bloggers! It’s not to hard finding blogs, but it did take a bit of time as I only wanted to nominate those whose blogs interested me! Well, I won’t expect you to do it on the train then! 🙂

      • Brilliant! Loved it. Thank you for doing it. I couldn’t live without my phone either lol I’m really glad that I did this award, as it showed me great blogs like yours! 🙂

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