Having F.U.N: Frivolous Unanticipated Nonsense

I didn’t realize you could “favorite” a tweet !?


View on screencast.com »

The link in the tweet points to:

Speaking of having F.U.N. with Web 2.0 tools, this post was made with a Jing screen capture uploaded to screencast.com, and the URL for the screen capture was then emailed to Posterous.  The URL then translated into the image that you see above, all done pretty seamlessly through Posterous.

Another nice thing about Posterous is that subscribers to this blog get a notice of this posting in their email, and they can comment on the post simply by replying to the email (and the comment will appear here, want to try it? 🙂
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2 Responses to Having F.U.N: Frivolous Unanticipated Nonsense

  1. Anonymous says:

    I can’t see the slideshows. When I click onside the box, Jing says it cannot locate the file. When I click on "View on screencast.com", it goes to a black Screencast page, no slideshow. Wonder what’s up.

  2. Anonymous says:

    <div dir="ltr">Hi Nina,<br><br>The slide show is in HTML at <a href="http://prosites-vstevens.homestead.com/files/efi/papers/tesol/colloquium2004/fun15.htm&quot; target="_blank">http://prosites-vstevens.homestead.com/files/efi/papers/tesol/colloquium2004/fun15.htm</a&gt; (works for me).<br> <br>Screencast takes you to the image in its original location, just a screen capture, no slide show, but not blank either.<br><br>Not sure what's up.?? I'm using various browsers, could be a flash thing. Have you tried updating yours?<br> <br>I'm posting this comment via reply to email :-)<br><br>Vance<br><br></div>

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