Blogging takes a lot of time to learn. As soon as I learn something new, I realize that there are hundreds of other things I need to know. It might be endless.

On a good day, I find myself happily blogging along, doing the few things I've gotten down so far. I can put in a picture and make a link.

But fairly often I run into some sort of roadblock, and get fairly obsessive about trying the same thing over and over until I get it to work. Sometimes it works and sometimes it doesn't.

In these Saturday classes, I understand a part of what we're doing. Sometimes I understand some of the rest of it later on and sometimes I don't. Often, when I get to a certain point, I'll say to myself, "Oh, that's what Kate and Paul were talking about."

The potential of all this is great, though, and I'm eager to learn enough about this to use it with students and maybe with other folks that I work with.

Now Paul is saying something about people editing on the same page at once. I don't quite get what this means. But he is assuring us that we're probably on different pages. I haven't a clue. But I'll take his word for it.

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