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January 13, 2010 by Willy Cardoso

Hi there,

Firstly, wish you all a great 2010!

Secondly, it can be noticed that I haven’t posted a lot lately. Sorry, too many things at the same time. I’ll move this blog a step up in my ladder of priorities this year.

Three things I’d like to share:

IH World uploaded some videos from their Director of Studies Conference. ‘The Curse of Creativity’ by Hugh Dellar is really worth some attention. Check it out: http://www.ihworld.com/video/category.asp?c=1

– Just yesterday I started following the excellent an A-Z of ELT by Scott Thornbury, the comments on the current post, corpus data and grammar, have been REALLY instructive. Don’t miss it: http://scottthornbury.wordpress.com/2010/01/10/c-is-for-corpus/#comments

– After being tempted by curiosity so many times, I couldn’t resist and joined twitter. Darn it, I know can be found as @willycard, you may see that on the right side of this page. It ends up I like it… so far… let’s see how my patience goes along with curiosity.

As we know Internet is flooded with rubbish and it’s been somehow hard to spend time productively online. At least the three things mentioned above were worth my time in the last couple of weeks.


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