Today there was what I thought was an engaging Twitter conversation about the ISTE conference keynote crowdsourcing project. Here is the general idea in 17 Tweets...

First, I posted about the latest standings and some backchannel grumblings I've been hearing:

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Then I heard from John Larkin and Jen Wagner:

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Elizabeth Holmes thought the keynote project was a good idea:

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But Sylvia Martinez was less enthused:

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Julia Fallon wasn't too keen either:

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Somewhere in there I said:

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Gary Stager chimed in:

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As did Susan van Gelder:

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Which prompted me to ask a question:

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I also said:

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Susan replied:

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Gary also stated:

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Which prompted this comment from me:

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And, as often happens, Gary got the last word!

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