Yes, learning 2.0 is winding down. This is our last week of assignments and then a couple of weeks to catch up. It’s been a great program and I think a lot of people enjoyed it or at least learned 1 new thing. We now know how to keep up to date with some of the latest web 2.0 applications – which is a good thing, seeing as there are constantly new things to learn and try! Congratulations to the ETG group at Mac – it was a lot of work on your part and greatly appreciated.
This week we’re looking at extensions and add-ons. I’ve had a couple of add-ons for firefox for a while, such as the del.icio.us tag which makes tagging extremely easy, I suggest trying it if you have a del.icio.us account (which I know you do if you’re in the learning 2.0 program). I thought I’d give another a try – this time it’s Clipmarks, which allows you to clip parts of a page and share them if you’d like. Sounds like it could be useful – I’ll let you know how it goes. Add-ons are generally a great short cut to your normal routines.
In case you’re wondering, I did change my image header. It is now showing some of the hills along the coast of Cape Breton which I took during a lovely sunset on a summer’s day.