Keywords: education, learning, e-learning, eLearning 2.0
How about education on demand? Who could build the Education 2.0 platform? Google or a federation of startups? Academic education doesn't work well. It's boring, it's antiquated, it should be fixed. There is a huge market all over the world.
Wikipedia + blogs + Facebook (social networks) + podcasting + videocasting (YouTube) + Flickr + mobile (cell) phones + gaming + IM + VoIP = Education 2.0
"Rather than spending 4 years of your life taking a bunch of courses that may or may not really matter in your life once you graduate, you can choose your education on an 'as needed basis,' based on your unique interests and talents."
Who is interested in this idea?
Office 2.0 Conference--Education Angle? - Steve Hargadon
Education 2.0: Knowledge on demand - liz revision
"Education 2.0" - No touch pod
Education 2.0 - Transnets/Le Monde
What Should College Teach? - Open Source
Audio of the Day: Stanford on iTunes - The World 2 Come
Resource of the Day: MIT Sloan School of Management - The World 2 Come
Video of the Day: UC Berkeley on Google Video - The World 2 Come
Video of the Day: Our Lives, Our Facebooks - The World 2 Come
Audio of the Day: The Education Podcast Network - The World 2 Come