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  1. Hi Mark,
    Thanks for sharing your ideas!! They are inspiring and encouraging, as usual.
    I’ve written a post in my blog to research online journals linking to your blog (though it’s in spanish) –> http://claudiavallve.com/2014/11/18/utilizar-el-blog-como-diario-de-investigacion-el-archivo-sociologico-de-wright-mills-en-version-digital/
    I would like to ask you if you know any examples of blogs used as research online journals for a particular investigation. I’m starting a new project to investigate different models of individual financing of training (from pre-compulsory to long life learning) and, apart of assessing the different existing models and analysing strengths and weaknesess of each one, I’ve been asked to create a community and generate debate with relevant stakeholders in this area (families, public agents, students, NGOs….). I had the idea of creating either a blog or a wiki, and seeing your post has confirmed that I’m in the good direction. I’m now preparing the architecture of the whole project, and it would be really inspiring to see examples of similar experiences around!!!
    Thanks again for your posts. I love reading them (not all of them, since it’s impossible to keep up with your pace!!!) and I always find interesting thoughts.

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