This post was last updated on December 12th, 2011 at 03:16 pm
A week from today I head to San Antonio for my first NECC. I’m interested in some sessions but mostly interested in talking and learning with a boat load of people from my network. Knowing that many of these folks are progressive, innovative and deep thinkers makes me wonder why the organization that runs the conference is taking this stance.
It’s already been talked about here, here, here and likely in more place. They’ve all spoke about it in detail and added their own perspectives. I’m sure that ISTE has some legal or CYA reason for doing this but at the same time, why is that Tlt and Northern Voice in fact, encourage folks to record and share content?
Is this a US/Canada thing? Are we Canadians just as litigious minded? What am I missing here?
Maybe someone from ISTE will find this post in their technorati feed and respond. Seems weird.… Read the rest