Want to add a cool technology component to any group or class project?  Try blogging!  Hosting is free from a number of sites.  Two popular sites (rivals) are Windows Live Spaces and BlogSpot.  The interfaces are simple to use and support a wide variety of looks, and allow the posting of text, photographs and video.

Both Windows Live Spaces and BlogSpot can be configured to make the sites non-searchable, or members only, and comments (desirable) can be moderated to prevent spam posting.  Of course students should be strongly cautioned to not post any personally-identifying information on their blogs, particularly K-12 students.  Following are a collection of student project blogs from a game development class at Cal Poly Pomona.  The quality of the blogs and the projects vary greatly, but they give a good idea of how students can get their work out there without spending a lot of time on web development.

http://a-team-george.spaces.live.com/

http://rickpaniagua.spaces.live.com

http://a-team-min.spaces.live.com/

http://a-team-erin.spaces.live.com/

http://a-team-jon.spaces.live.com/

http://wllmrml.spaces.live.com/

http://xnagaming.spaces.live.com/

http://developinggames.spaces.live.com/

http://slatrop.spaces.live.com/

http://iamwhoiam-abdussalam.spaces.live.com/

http://anomalousxna.spaces.live.com/blog/

http://gamersdigest.spaces.live.com/

http://fearthemunky.spaces.live.com/default.aspx

http://gaminginxna.spaces.live.com/

http://jtbubba.spaces.live.com/blog/

http://rgubler.spaces.live.com/

http://csmusings.spaces.live.com/

http://devcypher.spaces.live.com/

http://rami100735.spaces.live.com/