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Education & Tech, was created to build hope that education based on social technologies, can transform the new century, and enable abundance not only spiritually but economically. Milton L. Ramirez, Ed.D. - @tonnet is the founder & editor. He is an instructor with UoPeople, is a blogger, writes on education, and hails this blog from Union, NJ. For further questions, tips or concerns please e-mail him to:miltonramirez [at] educationandtech [dot] com

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If you are a regular to Blog Education & Tech, you shall remember that I am blogging and I'd written articles about education and technology almost every day since 2003. In the gazillion of notes, Education & Tech provides you with education news, tech advice, classroom management ideas, and social media tools for educators, administrators, parents and k-12 students.

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Latin America Blogroll

Thanks to GVO it just came to our knowledge a project, which is headed by the mexican Ricardo Carreon. He's trying to group throughtout a Blogroll at least a number of thirty blogs written by Latin Americans, your blog should cover Latin American issues and for any reason you think are qualified, please go to this post, drop a comment which among other things require: Name of Blog, URL, Brief description and why are you interested in join in?

There is a lot of buzz about Edwars candidacy for running next american elections, some people are starting to think of him as the new JFK?

No news. However it seems like PayPay hits hard in the ecommerce after their venturous Virtual Card. If you still want to give it a try, it's all about you but do not forget the issues generated with this popular online paysite!

Finally, Google Blog Search for the very first time goes over the normal traffic gotten for Technorati and Sphere, separately.

Social matters Makes U.S. front Runner in Tech.

I am delighted Scoble picked on GVO and not precisely for tech endeavors but because an article from an iranian blogger, where in Scoble opinion the U.S. will remain up front in technology while such governments mistreat their citizens!

And I've already spoken about Palast and this post confirms what the petrolium money can do. All the almost three thousand army soldiers dead only to justify the control over the iraqui petrolium. Hold on! Not only iraquies but venezuelan are damn well!

If you need to follow the convresation of certain bloggers or journalist then you shouldn't forget about pmeme neither the new RSS without the HTML.

A while long I've sign to Ziki and right now they try to catch your attention, they allow you to post content. Great!

We are around the end of 2006 and the list and directories of Best Blogs are on the raising. The 10 Best Spanish Blogs listed by Esquizopedia and the classical Weblog Awards 2006. But unfotunately we don't belong to the very select network, maybe some day...

30 Blogs to Follow during 2007

The list was elaborated for Blogpocket y tries to impulse thirty Spanish language blogs that in the Blogpocket opinion will be full of talent and freshness.

Everyone have heard about the Big Apple which is the nick for New York, but not everyone had been in the city and enjoyed the hospitality of New Yorkers, specially now in December as David Boles shows us in his post, New York in December.

Since I had been thinking of switching to English only I just wonder how to make the transition not only about the content but the URL and all the stuff behind. So, I've started reading about how to redirect from my old blog to the mentally supposed 'new blog'. I am not quite sure it this really works and for the matters is reliable enough. Any comments?

Wikisari: Blog me then Google me!

The statistics reports are to show evidence that Google this year got more hits thatn Yahoo! but the question is what would happen if Wikisari launches next year. For those not familiar with the term I have to mention this is a new project from the Wikipedia's Dad. Enough said.

Then, why you don't participate in essays like this one and you set yourself up as a professional blogger, mostly when you have to show something from your mother country or Latin America.

Are you still looking for some up tree fruits? Well, is time for send to consideration (just a dollar charge) your own blog, check what Joost de Valk is doing and try to link to any of those wraps up Paul Stamatiou is talking about.

Still talking about what everyone knows? No, this comes from a PR gurĂº, and if he says so, then we should pay close attention: America's New Digital Divide.

Top Social Networks of 2006

This is a research conducted by Mashable but they say the people who was designated to run the enterprise 'don’t have any competing services in the social networking space'. Anyways I think it deserves to point it out who's who in this matter:

1. Mainstream and Large Scale Networks: MySpace, Multiply.
2. Widgets and Add-Ons:, Zwinky.
3. Social News and Social Bookmarking: Digg, Trailfire.
4. Sports and Fitness: FanNation, Takkle.
5. Photo Sharing: Flickr, Twango.
6. Video Sharing: YouTube, Gotuit.
7. Startpages: Netvibes, Pagefakes.
8. Places and Events: Yelp, College Tonight.
9. Music:, ReverbNation, MOG.
10. Social Shopping:Etsy, ThisNext.
11. Mobile: Twitter, Wadja.
12. Niche and Miscellaneous Social Networks: Flixter, Dogster, LibraryThing.

I've highlighted only my personal picks.

Rounders Template

Well, everyone would love to make some money from their personal pastime. That's the case for Hackosphere. But our friend Denis (aka Protesto) just released a new template that includes most of the hotest hacks ever.

1. Google Translation for posts from Vivek.
2. Social Bookmark posts with one link using Socializer.
3. Peekaboo posts with summary in main page from Ramani
4. Peek-A-Boo view of posts in label/archive pages from Ramani
7. Labels as breadcrumb from Hoctro.
8. Label Feeds from PurpleMoggy.
9. Open Linklist links in a new window from Vivek.
10. Bloggerattom Hovering Blogger Navbar from Bloggeratto
11. Technorati Link Count Widget for blogger beta.
12. Navigational Icons by Hoctro.
13. Comment Author Photos from Singpolyma, updated by Purplemoggy for blogger beta.

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