Considering everyone on this site can be contacted via the site, and are covered by libel/slander laws etc... He's not really right at all. Any claims I make as a user on here rest squarely on my shoulders to prove, should I need to. Anyone who makes stuff up would only be damaging their own reputation and potentially damaging their career.
He's welcome to his opinion... I just don't happen to agree with it. What have we done to upset him?
Can't treat anything on Twitter as substantive, it's full of anonymous fakers and corporate shills.
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Maybe the original edugeek comments hit a bit to close to home for this particular "Local Authority man, manage a team of IT technicians. Working in Primary education."
Purely speculation on my part but it would explain the reaction.
I'm a bit miffed about his comment, I'm neither a marketeer nor slanderer.
Decided to delete my comments - not worth the hassle
Last edited by chrbb; 1st May 2010 at 11:40 PM.
Well it is full of marketeers but i don't see it as a bad thing.
Considering the article and the NAHT report contains one of my comments, I'm quite annoyed by the fact that he's effectively calling me a slanderer... Which in itself is slander.
It seems we may have derailed someones plans somewhere.
Last edited by Dos_Box; 1st May 2010 at 08:58 PM. Reason: Masses of grammar and spelling errors due to me rushing out of the house this morning!
As Lennon sang, "Power to the People!"Still, it put a smile on my face this morning as it masde me relaise just how ingrained we've become in the education system..
Not always a bad thing! I await with interest your post on Tuesday!It seems we may have derailed someones plans somewhere.
mmmLocal Authority man, manage a team of IT technicians. Working in Primary education
I was going to comment- then thought no - I won't - because everyone will know what I was going to say and I don't think you can be done yet for thinking (unless you happen to articulate it in the back of a car with the mic still on )
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Just to say that when you get to 30 clients/class - you've got to start to be creative with your "home" APs.
But for the last 5 years, 1 "home" AP class has worked fine for banks of 15 laptops at a time.
And the 1st time I bought an "enterprise" "suitable for education" solution - half the netbooks wouldn't work with it (blaming the netbooks BTW not the enterprise solution )
So even PG planning leads to PP results if the IT Gods don't smile down on you
But obviously in the money-no-object-for-primary-wireless world the man's dead right
Please feel free to delete any slanderous comments
Last edited by SimpleSi; 2nd May 2010 at 11:16 AM.
What's a marketeer btw - do we actually have any around here ?????
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