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Web Discourse

Publishing 101

To publish my last post I did the following: one) While reading Piscitelli’s article I used Google Notebook to save a clipping of the article. This is quite useful because I then have a note available whenever wherever. two) I … Continue reading

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Earlier this year Blackboard sued Desire2Learn for patent infringment, after BB was granted a patent over their Course Management system technology. This action is terribly wrong for the whole education community, and shows disrespect towards everybody. BB possibly wants to … Continue reading

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The Digital Universe

“Can an alliance of scientists, academics, and non-profit organizations reclaim the Web from disinterested hackers and purely commercial interests?” says Ken Korman, Executive Editor of eLearn Magazine. The Guardian states: Larry Sanger seems to have a thing about free online … Continue reading

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