There’s only so much time in the day, I know, but there’s always a few moments to slip in a good read. And because everyone else does it, here are my favourite links I saw today:
“We are using “game’ to describe too many things, QED by this discussion.” — Not A Game
“MOOCs are how you’d structure higher education if you believed there were no future.” — Gerry Canavan on MOOCs
“And that’s before you consider the high level of unemployment among college graduates, as in how many have trouble getting hired after they graduate.” — Yves Smith on why you have a right to be pessimistic.
“…the ratio of male to female writers published in literary journals, magazines, and book reviews remains largely disproportionate in favor of male writers.” — A bit of a cheat.
“Today, the focus isn’t on wire services anymore but on discussing events as they unfold, and in their immediate aftermath.” — A fitting read seeing as I started an internship at The Conversation today.
Actually, on that note, the best article of the day: