A 2014 (Personal) Blogging Retrospective

Michael Feldstein, Neuropsychiatric Disease and Treatment, Dec 24, 2014
Commentary by Stephen Downes

Michael Feldstein writes a detail, clear and really honest blog post about the history of his own blog and the role it played in his career. I guess there are three major stages there: his early blogging days, in which he became part of the educational blogging community; his "war" against the Blackboard patent (and we all owe him a debt for that); and his post-lawsuit days in which the blog matured and his career flourished. I've always enjoyed Feldsteins informed and in-depth analyses; he is the type of blogger who goes well beyond the superficial to understand not just how things work the way they do, but also why. I still think he is more corporate-friendly and big-institution-friendly than I am, but there's no reason he needs to agree with me on these points, and the world is a far more interesting place with his perspective in it.

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