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September 10, 2009 10:10 PM   Subscribe

Great free lectures online from the School of Information at Berkeley. The lectures are from 2007 to the present and include (among many others):

The School of Information "is a graduate education and research community that crosses the boundaries of law, economics, sociology, business, library science, engineering, design, publishing, linguistics, computer science, and information science."
posted by ocherdraco (10 comments total) 83 users marked this as a favorite

 
thanks ocherdraco. this post makes me love both mefi and the internet.
posted by localhuman at 11:55 PM on September 10, 2009


Carl Malamud is a powerful force for transparency and open-ness in America. The effects of his (and his colleagues') efforts will resonate for decades to come. I truly believe that we can't appreciate fully just yet the impact of the access to the public data that he works so hard to provide.

If other citizens of other nations can take anything away from Malamud and begin to force their own governments towards more transparency, it will mean a better future for many.
posted by gen at 11:55 PM on September 10, 2009


Wow, thanks, this is a great thing to wake up to find.
posted by strixus at 3:17 AM on September 11, 2009


Thanks ocherdraco, the Estrin lecture looks interesting.
posted by biffa at 4:10 AM on September 11, 2009


You know, I actually need a longer commute.
posted by Devils Rancher at 4:51 AM on September 11, 2009


I think this is the first time "internets" has been used as a legitimate word.
posted by LSK at 7:32 AM on September 11, 2009 [2 favorites]


Thank you for posting this!
posted by Nattie at 10:58 AM on September 11, 2009


I'm taking a class currently that specifically talked about Jenkins on the second day of class, and at greath length. We also discussed "meta-information" just yesterday and it made me think of MeFi :) Thanks for this, I will have to pass it along to my professor.
posted by mrzer0 at 11:00 AM on September 11, 2009


Now THAT'S a good favorites-to-comments ratio.
posted by JHarris at 5:24 PM on September 11, 2009 [1 favorite]


Very cool. I'm going to have a listen while I'm working!
posted by livinginmonrovia at 4:35 PM on September 14, 2009


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