Wednesday, October 26, 2005

The end is nigh...

It's great to see people carrying on the conversations even after the assessment deadline: so the blog has been more than just a chore, then? Don't answer that - I know it's been hard work, but hopefully also enjoyable for some of the people some of the time.

This is just to let you know that the blog will be de-activated in the next 24 hours or so. Although it's quite an informal forum, it's still got an official status as part of a University of Auckland course, so it's been important for Kevin and myself to monitor it carefully throughout. But with the onslaught of marking and exams, we cannot continue to do this indefinitely...

I hope it isn't too much of a trauma for anyone who has become a blog junkie this semester (we know who you are!). So get in soon with any final pearls of wisdom or wit... and then go and set up your own blogs! This one will be archived online for posterity for as long as those tremendous human beings at Google see fit. Thanks for keeping me and Kevin busy and for making this blog a really interesting place to hang out this semester.

Best of luck to all with your exams.

Over and out...


At 7:53 PM, Blogger Andrew Cozens said...

Thanks Luke & Kevin, i had fun posting on the blog throughout the semester and i am pretty sure i ended up going quite a bit over the minimum amount of entries :p Thanks to everyone else who helped contribute too, some very insightful posts throughout the semester imo and i learnt a lot about some of the latest technologies in the market and technologies that are on the horizon, also i have discovered a whole new genre of film that i discounted before this semester and that was futuristic movies like Dark City, Equilibrium, Strange Days and Existenz among others, all of which i thoroughly enjoyed.

Anyway, might see some of you in Stage III next year :)

Good luck for exams


At 7:57 PM, Blogger Childfree! It could have been so simple! said...

Also thanks to Luke & Kevin from me. Blogging has been fun and I learned a lot not just from the lecturers and tutors.

It was also a great site to read when I was supposed to be studying or writing essays (like now).

Good luck to everyone with the exam!

Keep it foolish!


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