Can You Hear Us Now?


So, we continue to grow here at The Blurb and Our Opus.  To date, we’ve had almost 10,000 page views, averaging nearly 50 per site per day.  We’ve been spotlighted on Will Richardson’s blog and on the blog of a staff developer out of Texas (who thought we were high schoolers.)  We’re also presenting tomorrow at our state’s General Assembly Building on the powers of Web 2.0 tools and the Read/Write Web. 

Not bad for just a few months work, huh?

Here’s our current visitor maps:

Download Blurb_Opus_Visitors_Feb_8.ppt

We’ve gotten readers from 48 states (anyone have friends in New Mexico or Wyoming?) and over 40 different countries from every continent except Antartica.  New editions since our last maps were posted include Russia, Finland, Morocco, Thailand and Poland. 


Bam Bam Bigelow and Jedi Master Yoda

Chief Editors (and Teachers) of The Blurb and Our Opus.

(Image retrieved from on January 25, 2007)


About Bill Ferriter

I'm a real-live, bona-fide, full-time practicing classroom teacher. #takeTHAT
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One Response to Can You Hear Us Now?

  1. So are you telling me that they are middle school students? I have got to know. If so, then my middle school students need to do some serious refiguring of their abilities. I am very impressed with the work here.

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