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you-know, the thing that made TALO work in the beginning was the simple feature of being able to join people up...

you-know, the thing that made TALO work in the beginning was the simple feature of being able to join people up without their approval, and having the audacity to do that. Then posting a balance between controversial posts that enough people would bite on, and helpful how-tos on a range of accessible and easy to use technology. These two subjects equalled FRESH in the very stale world of eLearning 2004.

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  1. ....and what we encountered was a whole heaps of weeds which essentially choked our a lot of decent conversation. Perhaps this will shift the weed spraying a little.

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  2. ps. the other thing to here is that it is invite driven which is like any thing in life...the only preclusion is that if that person has no Google+ account they cant join....but then again if they dont then they are likely to join our Facebook group or our LinkedIn group or our email group...swapmeets, online events etc.

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  3. something broke before the weeds. I remember being very disappointed with TALO's inability to think and discuss things outside TAFE. I wanted to get Australia and NZ collaboration going on Wikiversity, but they loved their institution specific Wikispaces. When I saw that I disengaged, and went to an OER community on Wikieducator. It irritates me that TALO can't seem to action anything.

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