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|Hello from WA||1||20:56, 8 December 2008|
|Hello from Saint Petersburg||1||20:51, 8 December 2008|
|Internet and the storm||1||20:45, 8 December 2008|
|Having a Good Time||2||01:17, 5 December 2008|
Thank you for the sunshine. It came at the right time when I needed it to warm me and carry me through the course. Thank you for the help offer. I will be in touch. For now I want to compete this course. When I get stuck you will be among the first to know.
Do you have any web pages about the Emlalatini Development Centre? It sounds like a very interesting project, do I understand correctly that you are providing science lessons for secondary schools?
I am just doing language teaching but sometimes with materials on scientific subjects.
Good luck with the wiki course!
I read your message about the storm and the problems it caused with your internet connection.
Do you think you'll be able to get a high-speed connection to the internet in the near future?
Good luck with everything,
John Saint Petersburg, Russia
Thank you for the interest in my Institution and my elearning progress. I was crossed with the storm but I am ok now. My Institution does not have a website as yet but i will let you know as soon as we have one up and running. I still have to learn a few more wiki skills and then I will be ready to collaborate with you. My high speed connection will be ready anytime this week. A little too late though. I will keep you posted.
I am glad you are having a good time. --Nellie Deutsch 17:36, 29 November 2008 (UTC)
Thank you Nellie. I noticed your comment that I am making progress in the right direction. I also noticed that you moved my test-upload picture to my profile window. I hope to replace it with a better one soon. Nice job you doing in helping me get by.
Hi Siphomaseko, thank you for the look at my page today .. and the picture is from a friend - a Harvard MD that lives in Florida and he gave me an Aerial view of the Florida Keys - an isthmus that is off the cost of Florida and the bridge span is 7 miles long .. and I have put a story up that my friend jb sent me today also .. its very very good .. jennie