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Doug Peterson works tirelessly to connect Ontario educators. He actively promotes the thinking and writing of those working in the field of education in Ontario, and shares his own personal experiences to help push our thinking forward. For all you do to inspire us to keep writing and sharing, Doug, here’s to you!
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If you look at the URL for this post, you’ll see a “-101” at the end of it. For those, like me, who are too lazy to create a unique URL for each post, this is WordPress’ way of creating it for you. So, last Friday, it would have been “-100”. To celebrate the fact that I had written the same blog post 100 times, I went about going through all of them and was working on a chart tallying how many times I had made reference to individual Ontario Education Blogs.
Then, five things happened.
- I did the math and realized that that was actually the 101st post since the first one wouldn’t have had a digit tacked onto the end of it;
- A friend once told me that a blogger is only as good as her/his last post;
- I turned off the computer without saving the document;
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