Education costs money. Ignorance costs more.
Hi Alan. Thanks for doing this. Just th ticket - good context and then convincing argument (I thought). Let's see what the rest of the group think... Thanks again
Hi AlanI totally agree with you -- it is almost like a guerrilla warfare of a small group of mobile networks operating outside the official ICT structure. It is finding the time and resources to carry on this subversive activity while maintaining oneself 'official' identity -- certainly I find the students play along.
At the O.U., this approach to resource delivery is called "skunkworks", right Tony? ;-)There's something about outsourced web 2.0 systems that makes people want to rebel - stand up to the man!
"It is finding the time and resources to carry on this subversive activity while maintaining oneself 'official' identity"Can you afford to spend the time NOT engaging in this sort of activity?