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February 04, 2009

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Ariellah Rosenberg

Thanks for Sharing.
Good idea for a collaborative global Weather exploration.

John

Great lesson Ollie, as you say the off the cuff ones are the best. It might be that you are following your own excitement and have done the research for these lessons if not the planing.

I hope you have seen:
http://www.benmarsh.co.uk/snow/
which used the #uksnow to great effect.

Noel Jenkins

What a great idea Ollie. We've been a bit cheated by a disappointing lack of snow. I love the immediacy of this lesson, the rain radar is incredibly accurate, and really adds a new dimension to a topic that many find difficult to teach engagingly. Good also that the BBC beta weather site has brought back isobars!

fearghal

Inspiring stuff!

Alan Parkinson

Off the cuff ? that doesn't sound like you Ollie... ;)
Nice living geography angle though, and loving your Twitter work

geography information source

this is so great that you are doing this.

Michael Christensen

Great post. Keep up the good work. The whole world is on twitter in 2 years :-)

Moody

very interesting

Hussein nasser

Great concept,

This website combines Twitter with Google Earth,

earthtwit

http://geshout.com/earthtwit.php

Rick


Great lesson Ollie, as you say the off the cuff ones are the best. It might be that you are following your own excitement and have done the research for these lessons if not the planing.

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