[LINK] ICANN, then On-Line Education
Sat, 17 Mar 2001 19:44:48 +1100
Hello all ..
At 12:30 PM 16/03/2001 +1100, Stewart wrote:
> Stephen ( and Linkers),
> (provocateur button switched on :-)
> Isn't this yet another tawdry parasitical effort to build a commercial
> business on the back of the DNS?.. the Internet user community owns
> and manages, via ICANN, then it doesn't matter what entrepreneurs do.
Agreed, supporting the historic AdNA / ICANN Internet-consultative-management model is wise, and imho we now need some (many) important decisions / announcements rwt advancing our basic world Internet structures.
> .. bought one of these renegade/parasitical pseudo domain names [?]
> Stewart Carter, Publisher/Editor <http://www.ecommercereport.com.au>
As established in emails with Stewart :) <http://www.stephen.hm> (Heard and McDonald Islands, a research station and an Australian Protectorate), and, <http://stephen.ws> (Western Samoa, a U.S. Protectorate) are nominally mine, currently registered second level country-code domains, and fully visable.
One important matter Stewart, and received from a government source .. can you, Tom, or Link further advise?
> Hi. I saw your note in link about Curtin and Uni of Hawaii
> being world class leaders in the field.
> I am currently researching models, particularly in the VET sector, for
> world best practice examples of how intellectual property or copyright
> of online materials is handled in an online environment.
> Really keen to look at business models for transacting sales of products
> in this environment. Would you have any leads?
Appropriately in terms of Link, and on line learning conferences, Bert writes ...
Date: Sat, 10 Mar 2001 20:30:50 +1100
Subject: Re: [LINK] On-line learning
On he other hand, and in terms of on-line professional development
conferences, the sixth annual "Teaching in the Community Colleges
Online Conference" (APRIL 17th-19th: "THE INTERNET & LEARNING:
What Have We Discovered and Where Are We Headed?) will probably
be larger than ever, and is also of world class standard ...
Date: Thu, 15 Mar 2001 09:45:41 -1000 (HST)
From: Bert Y Kimura <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: Stephen Loosley <email@example.com>
Cc: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com
I just checked the URL and it is working OK now. I also checked with our
tech support folks and they weren't aware of any problems at the time of
your email. Nevertheless, would you please try it again. We've extended
the conference registration deadline for the regular fee ($30) so we hope
that you'll be able to take advantage of it.
If you encounter problems, please send an email message to Diane Goo
firstname.lastname@example.org and we will work out something for you. Thanks for your
interest in our conference.
By the way, in this week's Business Review Weekly, their Education Editor
Patrice Gibbons quoted me accurately in her fine "Making Technology Pay"
(@BRW p. 86) article where she noted, "Schools Get Deeper Into the Web"
And funky caeli