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February 16, 2013Hi Andy
Thanks for offering to help me check out the details of how my emails get published on Telegram - and if it will really be as painless as Posterous
February 16, 2013Hi Andy.
Thanks for moving me, and my posterous archive, over to Telegram. From now on this is where I'll post letters that I've written to various people, and other bits and pieces that I want to have to hand in a public space.
So.. here goes with my first one.
October 26, 2012Please share with anyone who might be interested in being an extra in a film in November in Brighton.
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From: Lagun Akinloye <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 19 October 2012 15:25
Subject: Article:The Need to Prepare for a Rainy Day
To: email@example.comDear Reader,I have copied below the link to my latest article which outlines the flooding disaster currently taking place in Nigeria & the issues surrounding it...The Need to Prepare for a Rainy Day: The devastation from Nigeria's worst floods in decades could have been reduced by better planning and preparation.All feedback and opinion is appreciated. Thank you & Enjoy.Kind regards,Lagun Akinloye
October 14, 2012This year bloggers world wide have been invited to celebrate people working together. This is my celebratory appreciation of some of the people and projects I've been working with since last blog action day.
First I'll introduce Nikki Fishman and a project we're doing close to home called Collage-network.
October 13, 2012Yesterday I posted about "Day in the life of an online learning-and-collaboration explorer" http://dadamac.posterous.com/day-in-the-life-of-an-online-learning-and-col
It included a google chat with my friend Fola - http://www.dadamac.net/network/folabi-sunday-folarin - which was more than a single posterous post could handle
Here is the end of the chat and brief observations about "my kind" of online learning.
me: hmm - your money would be deducted? so you pay by card not by cashI think soon your time will be up :-(folarin: for data you load recharge card and it would be deducted we are only chatting nowchatting might not consume much datafolarin: unlike opening pagesand surfingwe just used 7 megout of our 10 meg now7.50 megme: indeed. when there are pictures it soon goesfolarin: left 2.50folarin: i will be going home nowhope to chat with youme:
thanks for the chatand greetings to your familyfolarin: thanks for you time as wellme: it is a long time since we chattedfolarin: yesme: it has been a pleasure to catch up with youfolarin: nice talkingme: well done on the new jobfolarin: bfnme: BFN
I often describe myself as an online learner - but I am often misunderstood because many people think of online learning as formal courses. Much of my online learning comes from my online friends, with their many different areas of knowledge. Today started in Mexico with Liam and a theoretical discussion (based on experience). It finished in Nigeria with Fola kindly explaining to me the practical details of online payment of school fees and touched on much else in between. From my point of view - a good day.
(Mention of Liam and others was in the previous, truncated post - http://dadamac.posterous.com/day-in-the-life-of-an-online-learning-and-col )
October 12, 2012
My friend Liam describes me as an "online learning-and-collaboration explorer". I think he's right.
So if that's what I am - what does it involve? And does it have any value? Of course it all depends on how you define value. I believe in the value of learning by doing, gaining information by sharing information, gaining new knowledge by exploring ideas with others, and having high trust relationships. This means that I value the incidental contacts I had during the day with various people, mostly friends, who all either teach me things or we collaborate (sometimes of often) or a mixture of both.
October 9, 2012Dark Mountain book launch events – this time in Brighton - on Saturday 27th October. See below.
I'm posting this information to posterous and sharing it with the People Who Share - who are based in Brighton. I hope they'll share it further.
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October 5, 2012---------- Forwarded message ----------From: Lagun Akinloye <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 3 October 2012 16:46
Dear Reader,I have copied below the link to my latest article which outlines the current privatization process of the power sector that is currently taking place in Nigeria..."Nigeria's Privatising Power Play: Can Nigeria's power sector reforms survive Nnaji's resignation and withstand the influence of influential vested interests?."All feedback and opinion is appreciated. Thank you & Enjoy.Kind regards,Lagun Akinloye
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From Andy of FocaLocal - Reconnect - bringing our community back together! This weekend - http://www.facebook.com/events/284503758317959/
October 1, 2012From Andy of FocaLocal - Reconnect - bringing our community back together! - full details below for people not on Facebook.
An art exhibition like none you've ever seen before. Please share this information.
Fwd-: This Week in Nigeria (By Think Africa Press 26.09.12) http://thinkafricapress.com/nigeria/blog/week-nigeria-presidency-suspends-introduction-n5000-note
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September 17, 2012Londoners - This could be your once in a lifetime chance so don't miss it. Join us in Safe2smile Zones on Sunday, September 23, 2012, and engage in low-risk "smiling at people you don't actually know" as you pass by. It shouldn't be too scary as you will have a good support group around you. It will only last a few seconds at a time - then you can return to usual no-eye contact mode. For latest updates follow