I've been in San Francisco for the last week working with my Internet Time Alliance (ITA) colleagues and attending DevLearn, where I was invited to speak on the State of Learning in the Workplace Today (see my slides here). [Photo of this session courtesy of Jay Cross]
Although I've been tweeting a lot from the conference (see @c4lpt) and trying to keep up with what's happening in Facebook, I've not blogged at all. This Forbes article suggests that it is a common trend, How Facebook and Twitter are replacing blogging. (Do others feel like this?)
Instead, however I will point you to some blog postings and photostreams from my ITA colleagues to give you a flavour of what's been happening.
Charles Jennings's flickr stream
DevLearn was a fabulous event and I finally got to meet in person many of the people who have become good friends online - there's too many to mention by name, and I don't want to miss any out! One of the highlights for me, however, was live lrnchatting during DevLearn, and I will be writing a posting about that shortly ...