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Open-source knowledge.

The other day I listened to CBC Radio One show “Re-civilization” with episode curiously titled ‘Open-source knowledge’. Their feature guest, among others was John Seely Brown, a very famous scholar, and while listening I found it almost as if hearing … Continue reading

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we are in the news …

It is humbling to see that our innovative ideas are already sparking some attention. In his blog, Tom van der Ark shares his views on ‘educational intelligence’ and believes that “… with the right education partners…” Knowillage could be in … Continue reading

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Content is the King (no more).

Just read the latest e-Literate blog at The blog speculates about Apple’s planned media event where they will make an educational announcement. But, pls read it, I’d like to offer you some of my thoughts: I actually believe that … Continue reading

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Jerry Seinfeld explained the success of Facebook in 1992?!

Take a look at this – Seinfeld and his voice machine In my opinion, Seinfeld merely (and so eloquently) expressed our common daily frustrations, and it is a quite a leap to conclude that he recognized those frustrations as leading … Continue reading

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MIT launches online learning initiative

See this article – ‘MITx’ will offer courses online and make online learning tools freely available I read it over the weekend and liked the idea. There seem to be a recognition (and almost a race) in the market to … Continue reading

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Welcome to Knowillage!

Welcome to Knowillage, company founded by HyperCube Technologies Corp. and a group of e-learning experts and engineers from WebCT, Blackboard and Pearson Education. Knowillage is currently developing a new application/service, protected by US-patent, and will soon start looking for partners … Continue reading

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