Dave Tosh fills in the vision a little bit more, beginning with the premise that 'computing means connecting' and then articulating that vision via persuasive definition of e-portfolios. Crucil to the concept, he argues, is not merely that they are personal, but also, but that they are personally owned. Think about the gulf between this concept and the concept of e-portfolios being advanced by, say, IMS, where the major emphasis seems to be a space where the student can be evaluated. Two different worlds. Via elearnspace.