If it's Thursday, then it's links day. Here are my favorites from the week, enjoy and share your own in the comments:
At The Chronicle of Higher Education, John Murray reports on possible educational uses for Kinect Hacking from the Microsoft CodeCamp.
Forbes takes a look at peer-to-peer car sharing company RelayRides in the wake of some security self-questioning within collaborative consumption.
For the new magazine Stir, professor and writer Nina Power wonders if we could do education collaboratively without the teacher/student opposition.
How come every reality tv show about collective living intentionally instigates conflict? Oh yeah, advertising dollars. What if someone tried something different...
In Philly, some socialists have taken time away from selling newspapers to start a really cool project called "Free Socialist Internet." It's exactly what it sounds like.
Has the sheer variety of social media options crossed the burnout threshold?
- An online Stanford course on artificial intelligence has a large stadium of students interested. Slightly more than my freshman intro lectures.
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