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@Akash - thank you for reminding us of Google Scholar. Imagine what opportunities to teach companies still have to both employees and customers.

@Grannelle - everything that is new today was once considered either impossible or not worth time and attention. At the end of the day, the market determines what is viable.

This only underscores what I've said all over the 'Net, and I get flamed every time I mention the need for a structured Social Media curriculum. Great post. Nice to know not everyone aren't acting like dogs guarding bones.

Good list Valeria, The best part is all this is quality knowledge in every form, lectures from the big colleges on almost all subjects, books from some bestselling authors,some really inspiring talks from few of the most influential people around.
I am sure you have checked Google Scholar as well, they have got some great articles and patent info published from may universities.

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