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29/05/2008

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Stuart

hi martin.
there are some similar discussions going on at the moment around social media (as you know especially re twitter). There's a bit of a discussion here http://vanelsas.wordpress.com/2008/05/29/on-twitter-and-the-missed-opportunity-to-execute-a-social-utility-business-model/ with some interesting links.

Also a video on TED http://www.ted.com/talks/view/id/247 about open source economics. I'm sure you're familiar with most of this anyhow!

Gary Lewis

Didn't see a way to do a trackback, hence the comment. I wrote a short piece on your recent exchange with Stephen Downes. You can get to it from the url.

Glen Moriarty

Thanks for the post. We've been working through these same issues and it sounds like we are coming to the same conclusions.

Also, just as a quick aside, I saw that you are contributing to Michael Feldstein's special edition of On the Horizon. I am too. I look forward to the dialog.

Peter Murray

Martin --

Your posting, and corresponding coverage in the Chronicle of Higher Education Wired Campus blog ( http://chronicle.com/wiredcampus/article/3053/ ), inspired some of my own thoughts on the topic -- particularly as it relates to search engine results placement in libraries ( http://dltj.org/article/libraries-selling-placement/ ). Thanks for bringing up the topic.

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Thanks for the post. We've been working through these same issues and it sounds like we are coming to the same conclusions.

Also, just as a quick aside, I saw that you are contributing to Michael Feldstein's special edition of On the Horizon. I am too. I look forward to the dialog.

danial

good blog

perfect

I think there are two broad tactics, and then many different interpretations of each.

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A political response is what I guess Stephen would advocate - these argues that the existing society which creates these pressures is at fault and we should seek to change that.

Business Development

Ad revenue is very much acceptable. I can see no reason why it wouldn't be, just as long as that's ALL it is. Just advertising. Especially if that's helping the school's overall goal of helping students.

-Marc

nicole lach

jajaja .. well .. I have just being told that they will not renew my contract as a 'holistic teacher" because my views on education are damaging for the college I worked. This is a result of a comment I made:

- Education is a bussines

As my contracts were sessonal I can't do much about it, as they say they didn't even need to give me a reason on why they didn't wish for me to continue teaching with them.

However I did find it quite laughble ...

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