Hello, dear digital readers. I write today to say goodbye.
This is not a tragic goodbye the likes of Romeo and Juliet; this is a goodbye without the tone of weariness and resignation of Frost’s “Birches”. If you weren’t meant to be born a few centuries ago (like me) and if you lived in the nineties and had a soul (also like me), this isn’t even as final as saying goodbye to the beloved casts of Friends and Seinfeld.
myON is merely changing seasons: this, our goodbye to Capstone Connect, a season finale, the end of Act III. Our move to The myON Minute, our premiere.
We start our own blog with the intent to focus on specifically digital literacy: what happens when literacy goes digital? what happens when books become unlimited? what happens when children meet the just-right book, and they grow? These are the questions that our president, Todd Brekhus, asks in our new blog's video launch, scheduled for Friday, January 31st.
These are the questions at the soul of myON’s mission, and the exploration of potential answers will be at the core of our new blog’s content.
We hope you’ll join us every Tuesday and Friday for content from myself as contributing writer as well as featured guest bloggers. Please feel free to email me or leave a comment on the blog with any ideas or comments you have as we start this new journey. Thank you for hosting us on Capstone Connect. We couldn’t have done it without you.