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I really enjoyed Joyce's new wiki, and finally I'm getting a grasp on Web 2.0, 
Library 2.0 and wiki-dom.  So, I must share the funny note from my friend yesterday.
  I called her to share my discovery of Joyce's new site.  Wiki discussions haven't 
been big around my district, most of us don't know much about it yet.  So, I gave 
my friend some background.   We have been library friends for years and shared many 
things.  I'm the liberal one and she is conservative.  We bounce our ideas off each 
other and help each other stay balanced.  Her response to learning more about 
wikis, "Yes, I have heard about "wiki-this" and "wiki-that" but I didn't know if I 
wanted to check into it.  I didn't understand it and wondered if it might have 
something to do with Wicca and witchcraft."
  We had a good laugh.  She is glad to know that wikis are safe (but still think 
about what you are reading since anyone can post), and she looks forward to using 
more pieces of Library 2.0.
  PS:  My friend started the first elementary library blog in our district this 
year.  She is pretty hip, just a little lagging on the vocab.

        Lisa Hunt
  School Library Media Specialist
  National Board Certified Teacher
  Moore, OK

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