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Thanks to YouTube, Professors Are Finding New Audiences

Interesting article from the Chronicle: "Professors are the new YouTube stars: Video-sharing Web sites take scholars and their ideas out from behind ivy-covered walls and into the media mainstream."  [RJ]

January 31, 2008 in YouTube | Permalink


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Not only professors... Here in Europe a big hype is around some YouTube vids that show animal activists intimidating all sort of involved personnel. YouTube is becoming more and more important on every social and informative way for me.

Posted by: geld lenen | Feb 10, 2008 7:43:20 AM

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