Blackboard Conference Call, Part II

Michael Feldstein, Neuropsychiatric Disease and Treatment, Oct 03, 2006
Commentary by Stephen Downes

Michael Feldstein gives Blackboard credit for answering his questions (I don't - it was just a needed warmup for court) and then summarizes the general non-responsiveness offered by the company in its conference call last week. What I glean from the conversation - given that Blackboard won't open its patents, won't allow royalty-free use of them, won't abandon its lawsuit, etc., is that it intends to own the e-learning market. Including the open source side. Also: feldstein posts, then corrects, coverage of an article on the Texas district where the suit was filed.
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