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Another start page to consider is Odysen. It includes widgets, multiple pages, and social networking features, works best with Firefox.
There is also a blog available that goes into more details about specific widget and page features, and page examples. http://odysen.blogspot.com/]]>
One of the biggest challenges facing teachers and education authorities is how to mobilise parents in the schooling process. Their effective hands on support can make a huge difference in the performance of a child. Perhaps we should open up the career opportunities in web design to show parents as well as teachers the scope and job satisfaction that can be achieved in this industry. We promote education as being fun through a huge range of educational games that catch the eye and fire the enthusiasm. Perhaps Web2 needs similar treatment for the designers of tomorrow.
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Pageflakes is currently free, as were all the Web 2.0 technologies we were presenting. Now how long they remain free is a question about Web 3.0. There seems to be some precedent for keeping a free version and introducing a for-pay “professional” or subscription version.
For now, though, Pageflakes is free. How were you going to use it at your school? Which school?]]>
I have come across Pageflakes a couple of times now - just checked it out again after reading your blog post. I have been thinking about using it at my school. What are your thoughts on that? Do you know if the service is for free? I can’t seem to find any info on that.