Global wiki-tization continues apace

From boingboing:

"London's Ravensbourne College is creating a new program called the

School of Computing for the Creative Industries. The whole of the

coursewear is Creative Commons licensed and the school itself is

organized via a wiki. That's pretty twenty-first-century education!"

Again, I'm forced to ask the question, why isn't every article and download on TechRepublic a peer-editable wiki entry?

If an accredited college is willing to loose the reins on the

tight-fisted world of academic curricula, what makes our content so


Sorry, the carpal tunnel is acting up and I'm in a mood today.

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