Chasing Content – December 2009

Moelwyn tunnel constructionImage via Wikipedia

It’s a brand new month. Time to dig through the archives to uncover the best posts from this month last year in a little feature I call Chasing Content.

You can read all of the posts from last December here or just these few favourites.

And while we are digging through these old posts, please leave a comment or two. It’s always great to hear from you.

Top Albums of the 00 Decade – This one was difficult to compile but I stand by my selections.

The Torch Came Through – It was fascinating to take part in community celebrations as the Olympic Torch made it’s way to Vancouver for the 2010 Winter Games.

My Proverbial Christmas Wish List – I had a great Christmas even though I didn’t get any of these items on my list. The good news is that I did manage to see all of those comic book films (they were excellent, especially the Wonder Woman one)

Recommended Reads – Grease Monkey – I almost forgot about this book.It was so good that I definitely want to read it again. Maybe I should add it to my wish list again this year (if I believed in lists that is) 

Scenes From a Classroom – My first (and so far) only mini-movie. I think it’s about time I made Episode 2 with my new class. I so love how this one turned out.

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4 responses to “Chasing Content – December 2009”

  1. Hi Chase .. I loved your posts about the Winter Olympics – now we've got snow .. I'm remembering.

    I've loved some of your teaching tips – even though I'm not a teacher ..

    & your tours .. views and scenes of the various parks around your home ..

    Thanks – Hilary

  2. Hi Hilary,

    Thanks for reminiscing with me. It's nice to remember those old posts and not leave them buried in the archives.

    Thanks for all the comments and support. Have a great day!

  3. Hi Chase,

    I like your title, "Chasing Content" – great play on words. 🙂

    Speaking of memorable content, I'll never forget when you published your "Nothing" post. That will always remain a classic.

  4. Hi Barbara,

    I really wasn't sure how "Nothing" was going to be received. I was laughing to myself as I composed and I published that post.

    I was flattered to see how much attention it got and how it even inspired a post on your blog as well.

    Thanks a lot for all the support you have shown me over the life of this blog. It really means a lot to me.