Friday Links Roundup – October 14, 2011

Steve Jobs’ 100-year legacy: Humanizing technology: What will the legacy of Steve Jobs be a century from now? It won’t have much to do with business or marketing. Learn what it will be and why.

From the Harvard Business Review Blog: A Kodak Moment to Reconsider the Value of IT.

From TechRepublic: The Cloud isn’t a strategy.

Freeing the LMS – In a move that could shake the e-learning industry, Pearson Learning Solutions today unveiled a new learning management system that colleges will be able to use for free, without having to pay any of the licensing or maintenance costs normally associated with the technology.

8 Amazing Libraries (and One That’s Horrible) Here’s our look at eight architecturally amazing libraries (and one that’s not so much). It is the first in a series of Spot Cool Stuff’s tour of the world’s best looking libraries.

2 thoughts on “Friday Links Roundup – October 14, 2011

  1. Arabella Holzapfel

    This bit from the Steve Jobs piece is interesting: “… In fact, the career of Steve Jobs may be the single greatest impetus for a liberal arts education in modern history. Although Steve never finished his undergraduate degree at Reed College, he spent his time there taking the classes he was passionately interested in, rather than following the standard schedule of courses. …”


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