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Dan Allosso

Minnesota
Blogger, The Historical Society
Teaches History (World, US, #EnvHist) and promotes #OER at Bemidji State University. Also hobby farmer and writer. Blogs and podcasts at www.OERFuture.net

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@AllossoDan — 110 followers, 203 tweets

While I was trying to share my thoughts on an article via @hypothes_is this morning, I discovered a crazy-cool feature: annotations stick to pdfs even if you've changed the pdf's name! Blew my mind. Well done, people.  https://wordpress.com/post/oerfuture.net/1098 
Wow, @new_edu seems pretty outnumbered on that panel of commercial publishers! Is #OpenEd19 really an #OER conference?
@insidehighered post on quantum computing seems to miss that without decrease in costs similar to what Moore's Law provided, it would increase the rewards reaped by institutions and people standing closest to what #JaronLanier has called "siren servers".  https://www.insidehighered.com/digital-learning/blogs/online-trending-now/quantum-computing-poised-change-everything 
In non-#OER news, I just discovered that @yalepress has set a date for my book #PeppermintKings, June 23, 2020, and altho still awaiting a cover image, has a page for it:  https://yalebooks.yale.edu/book/9780300236828/peppermint-kings 
@opencontent @hypothes_is As I reread, what sticks out is suggestion that for-profit publishing model should include using content that I wrote and then CONTRIBUTED to try to help build a more open learning community. You can't have that for free and then try to profit on it. Switching to CC-BY-NC-SA
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