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Tuesday March 25 2008

imageI’m always glad when education websiters or bloggers email me or comment here, and today it happened again, in the form of a pro-home-education comment, with an attached link to South West Surrey Home Education.  It all seems to be pretty recent.  They have a new blog, but the new famous quotes page has, for now, more stuff up.  One of my favourites was the most ancient one of all, St Augustine saying:

I learned most, not from those who taught me but from those who talked with me.

I don’t say that this is necessarily true.  Just: I like it.

The website is already sidebarred.  Well, as I first type this in, it is just about to be.  As soon as the blog gets into its stride, I’ll add that also.

I’m in no desperate hurry to learn about all this kind of activity.  If I just keep blogging away here, such information will surely accumulate in its own good time, which for me means slowly.  Meanwhile, thanks to Ruth for that connection.