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Open education and Publius

Berkman‘s Publius project keeps rolling along. There’s already lots of excellent stuff there, exploring how the Net is constituting its own governance mechanisms and norms. For example, today Peter Suber and Melissa Hagemann discuss open access, science, research, and education. But you can just browse through the topics and be pretty sure you’ll hit on something well worth reading.

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One Response to “Open education and Publius”

  1. Melissa is discussing education. How can she? She knows nothing about it. Melissa, you nasty, mean, reptilian little piece of shit. Blow jobs and pussy eating won’t get you far. And your scholarly reports: you can’t even put a noun and verb together. Boy Melissa , are you putting on your candy cane act, all that sugar, buy the bile and hate sething beneath, rready to break through at any minute. When you explode Melissa, pity everyone around you, as you’ll axe them to death.

    Here’s to my little old puss!


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