cornell.jpgInteresting post from O’Reilly Radar today (by way of Paul Kedrosky) about a new course in the structure of information networks being offered by Cornell University this Fall. I don’t know the instructor, but the course outline does look interesting.

Right now Canada is more focused on business-oriented programs for IT professionals like the one Rafael covered yesterday, but this might be food for thought for Canadian schools (including the University of Waterloo) that want to raise their game a bit.

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