Woohoo! Mike Miliard provides a fine write-up, complete with commentary from Tim, in the Boston Phoenix.
I think the one big idea that I articulated there that maybe hasn’t been said often enough is that part of what New Liberal Arts is is a “syllabus for a university that has no physical space . . . snippets from an imaginary course catalog” –
– and that this university is a part of internet culture that sees the web and other digital media as a place for perpetual college –
– education, socialization, job training, acculturation –
– everything that college is –
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