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I am intrigued about podcast.com. This sight has nothing but podcast's and some have large amounts of things you can listen too. I found many different things regarding fitness, nutrition, weight training, physical education and much more. The sight itself is very interesting. I had a nice time playing with it for about 10 minutes. I think that I might be able to have my students listen to many different podcast (regarding: PE, weight training and fitness) and have them write a paper on what they learned.
I have been a huge fan of Youtube since I fell upon the site 2 years ago. Youtube is a great website to post videos you want people to see. You can gain so much popularity on the web if you are able to create a video that is viewed by millions of people. The site is easy to search and you do not have to download anything to view the movies. Categories are helpful to seperate videos and allow you to find what you are looking for quickly. Youtube is something that PE teachers can use in the classroom because you can pull up weight training and fitness exercises on Youtube to give your students a perfect look at how to perform an exercise correctly (Some videos way not be the best so make sure to view the videos before showing your students).
Technoati is a great website because it keeps tract of blogs, photos, video, and tags that are considered “public view.” The one thing that I am surprised about are the amount of things being traced. I mean, wow everything that is set up for public view is on this website. You can really search for anything: Kinesiology, weight training, stretches, and even weight training bloopers. I was surprised how many people posted about weight training bloopers they had. Some of the videos were pretty funny.
I enjoyed the fact that you can search for videos, photos, posts or blogs separately. You did not have to separate photos from videos or blogs from posts, they were all separated by the website. Very convenient.
I really did not understand what the Delicious website was going to be about, but now that I do, I am ecstatic about the website. Delicious is great!!! It allows me to bring all the websites I normally get on and put them in one place. I know longer have to type twitter, facebook, blogger, blogline, learning.fresno.edu, and much more. I no longer have to bounce from site to site. Delicious allows all of my web pages to be put in one place. Man, Delicious is great.