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As a parent who is just starting to pay the extortion rates that are known as college tuition bills, Clay's article hit me squarely in the gut.
College education is simply overpriced. The bubble can't last. But it will last just long enough to send millions more middle class students and their families into debt that they cannot repay, based on a promise that the college education machine cannot keep anymore.
College is not worth the price anymore. The emperor has no clothes.
1 year, 3 months ago on MUST READ: Clay Shirky on Disruption
Their Boston representative came by our place this week, too, and I was also impressed. He was very techy (i.e., Google-like) in his approach, and it was helpful. We had already claimed our page a few months but had not paid much attention to it until now. I think the segmentation of community messages is a major plus (sorry...) for them.
I'm also eager to see their integration with tools like HootSuite and other platforms.
2 years ago on Google+ Page Tips for Nonprofits