The Roundabout Web

It’s easy to forget that we’re in the World Wide Web, sometimes.  I mean, we’re just living in the same place, day after day.  It’s hard to remember that there’s a whole world of people out there who are doing things, and browsing things, in order to achieve their own goals and dreams, or even just to pass the time.

And then a colleague on Twitter, Chad Sansing, happens to mention this really cool draft of a 7th grade leadership curriculum that’s making some small waves on the web.

And I think, Hey, I used to teach 7th grade leadership… I bet that would be useful to me...

So I check out the link.

And I find that HolyKaw at, has picked up my picture from Flickr, and made something of a big deal out of it… 2200 visits to their site, and a good 500-600 clickthroughs over the last few days to my Flickr account, in order to see the image itself on its original home.

Or, you know, you can see it here, and click through on the image to the original Flickr site, and see it in its original home.
Seventh Grade Leadership Curriculum draft

Anyway, it never ceases to amaze me, the ways in which the Roundabout Web comes back to turn and return to itself, the snake Ourobouros eating its own ever-elongating tail.

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