Oh the joy! It's the fun of Domain Mapping once again. Why is this such a time consuming process? And why when I domain map to a blog does the formatting of the site always go wibbly wobbly for the first few hours of the changeover? Let's see how it goes today...
Update: It's all done, without any hassle. It was a smooth transition (helped immensely by the fact that 1and1.co.uk now give access to change CNAME details). So, all done, website domain mapped and up and running.
I was going to write a long (and more than likely waffling) post about BETT when I returned from London last night, but in the end I felt too tired to do much of anything really. In the meantime others have blogged their thoughts, but I've finally got around to writing my personal thoughts, and I've listed several other blogs that have already put their feelings about BETT online at the end of this.
So, I struggled into work this morning (the "school closed" text message arrived whilst I was driving, and I was concentrating on not sliding off the icetrack - sorry road - I was travelling on) to discover just the DHT and caretaker there.
Social networks are great - they can keep family members miles (even continents) in touch, they can be used as a great Personal Learning Network, or even as a way to continue teaching when a school is closed due to bad weather.