Here are ten of our favorite tweets from Howard Rheingold’s (@hrheingold) talk at the MIT Media Lab about Net Smart: How to Thrive Online. If you missed yesterday’s discussion or want to hear it again, you can check it out here.
@zoescope: "You don't get a Nobel Prize for being obedient." - @Joi #MLTalks #macao
@orford: Accidently find the #mltalks tag, watch the live stream, follow/interact with discussion for 1hr. Is this 'drive by' #peeragogy?
@ChiaLynn: Learning on your own really means you had autonomy over your learning choices, not that you did it alone. -@mizuko #MLTalks
@minh81: Good advice for us all. MT @mitpress: Crap detect thyself before putting info online. And create. Don't just consume. #MLTalks
@jackiegerstein :It is not keeping up with the technologies, it is about keeping up with the literacies @hrheingold #MLTalks
@haydenkasia: You're less likely to find a mate or job through strong ties - you need weak ties for that. #MLTalks
@arouault: If you want people to collaborate with you, give them a variety of ways to self-select how to collaborate. @hrheingold #MLTalks