I've completed something like this before in one of the previous years of "Things" blogging. Looking back at old posts, I seem to have thought that I would have used the readers and bookmarking sites, however I haven't in the past few years. Part of me likes the element of surprise when going to a favorite blog to see if there's a new post or not. I think in this day in age, we are "updated" way too often.
I like the idea of building a personal learning network. I always enjoy participating in programs where I meet educators from other schools, districts, cities, and states and getting ideas for things to try in my own classroom. The internet has made this even easier. Speaking of easy- it was NOT easy finding blogs related to my content that have been kept up. Here's one that I did find and have added to my favorites: History Tech I plan on checking this one out some more as we test out more technology in the social studies classroom.
Commenting on other blogs wasn't difficult, as I have done it in the past. However, since not everyone has gotten very far in this project, it was a little hard to make very constructive comments. Luckily, the 2 computer teachers on my campus have gotten pretty far and offered a lot of helpful info. Check them out: Dunn's Dithers and Lora's 11 Tools Blog
Finally, if you want a laugh, check out my hubby's Voki on his 11 Tools Blog: Lee's Blog