So I’ve made it into the New York Times. For added value, here’s my tweet in response to the quote after mine:
BTW @PhilOnEdTech , what % of your fees do you donate to scholarship funds? Gotta think of the students, you know.— Jonathan Rees (@jhrees) June 20, 2013
« “Alright Mr. DeMille, I’m ready for my close-up.”
How do you get people to do what they don’t want to do? »
If it were in hard copies, your Aunt Nancy might be buying up all the print copies she could find to scrapbook and give everyone for Christmas. Otherwise, it’s a screenshot, and the ubiquitous Storify posted to Facebook. I was going to take the day off from Twitter. That needs to be a thread with a hashtag
I don’t know how much difference broadening the discussion will make but do think it is necessary at the very least to take the horses to water and other Dorothy Parker versions.
@qui_oui has a good post out too ~ nuanced, detailed, well supported, http://www.universityaffairs.ca/speculative-diction/moocs-access-and-privileged-assumptions/
Congrats, Jon! But what is Daphne Koller thinking about in the photograph at the top of the article?
My guess: “These shoes are killing me!”
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"Rees has written a solid, comprehensive account of the technological creation of cold chains in the United States. I wish this book had been available for me to read when I was doing my own research."—Mansel G. Blackford, Ohio State University.
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