Desire2Live

Michael Feldstein, Neuropsychiatric Disease and Treatment, Mar 17, 2008
Commentary by Stephen Downes

Michael Feldstein summarizes a recent article on the Blackboard Patent case in T.H.E. Journal, which features an interview with Desire2Learn CEO John Baker. The tenor is that D2L will come out of this just fine, especially after having the judge approve their workaround. Baker states that $3.1 million is manageable, given their current cash flow, and that standardizing the clients on the new version will actually save costs in the long run. "Also, they're still cranking out product. Version 8.3 appears to be a fairly robust release with a lot more functionality than just the patent workaround."
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