Twitter Updates: 2013-04-26 to 2013-05-02

  • Email privacy reform which I testified in favor of before Congress passes Senate committee: http://t.co/4lXl4zXRAM via @verge ->
  • Thanks again to @digitaloctober for inviting to me judge green gamification concepts from your global ideahack meetup today! in reply to digitaloctober ->
  • Howard Shelanski nominated as head of OIRA (aka the U.S. "regulatory czar"). Fantastic pick! http://t.co/DDyrqP3U5S ->
  • That's OK, we only want the extraordinary ones. 😉 RT @EdMakesGames: @ibogost Ordinary people probably don't even know what MOOC means. ->
  • Proud that Jason Collins, first male player on a major sports team to come out as gay, is an alum of my high school! http://t.co/66u1k0hsdd ->
  • Duke faculty vote down 2U online course partnership. http://t.co/2tXUHVZloR What's the benefit of 2U for a place like Duke anyway? ->
  • I'm all for online experiments, but it's important to know the difference between free MOOCs and small, in-house credit-bearing classes. ->
  • A little birdie just told me something… ->
  • "Traditional teaching will be disappearing in five to seven years, he predicts." http://t.co/cR6PKT9pa2 No, actually, it won't. ->
  • I agree with AT&T: super-wonky but important. RT @attpublicpolicy: FCC Begins Transition to All-IP Interconnection http://t.co/XkboPoleQT ->
  • Nice New Republic piece on Susan Crawford, who is getting deserved attention for her valiant broadband work: http://t.co/NxOduOZm2R ->
  • If reports are true about Tom Wheeler as the next FCC Chairman, it's great news. He's a leader who will stand up for what the country needs. ->
  • http://t.co/NxgAj9Yirk article quoting some of my thoughts on the nomination of Tom Wheeler for FCC Chairman: http://t.co/MNervFbY6h ->
  • The right debate to have about MOOCs: will they create "two classes of universities"? http://t.co/RRohpLvmio ->
  • There's no reason a San Jose State prof can't create better MOOC content than one from Harvard. We need to separate brand from teaching. ->
  • Overstressed mostly-public universities seeing MOOCs as a lifeline should be content producers as much as consumers. ->
  • Is Google Getting Serious About Gaming? Noah Falstein Hired As Chief Game Designer http://t.co/H0GqlrRYcd via @techcrunch ->