harold jarche provides a concise yet powerful defense of the against the 44 provisions of the blackboard lms patent. in his post elgg and the lms patent. his analysis from a learning professional's viewpoint is critical.
this post is a call to action to any learning professional who wants to preserve open and complete competition amongst vendors (for profit or open source) seeking to assist in the learning process. please write a post on your blog (feel free to copy this post if you'd like) with a link to harold's post and create a trackback to it as well.
we all know how google and the other search engines determine what sites to present first in their listings. let's make sure that any attorney who searches for information regarding this case finds harold's post.
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