6/4/2013 9:55:00 PM
Here is this week’s MOOC
metaphor. MOOCs are like the
patronising uncle who has yet to
have a child of his own.
– The Ed Techie
Not everyone feels adept enough
to build an app to solve his or
her problems. But for the next
generation of programmers, it’s
- Lauren Orsini
In the digital world, the line between
what is fun and what is work is often
complicated. …There is tremendous
anxiety among white collar workers
about how blurry the boundaries
have gotten, but little consideration
for how that blurriness is itself a
mark of privilege.
- Danah Boyd
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