ATG Article of the Week: Teaching to the Text Message

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ATG Article of the Week March 20, 2011
Teaching to the Text Message by Andy Selsberg
. New York Times, March 19, 2011.
http://www.nytimes.com/2011/03/20/opinion/20selsberg.html

The faux article of the week is NYT’s publisher announcing the subscription plans — no free lunch to the newspaper of record. We should have seen this coming. What we might not have seen — minimalist education through text — takes front stage in this short New York Times eye opener. (If you don’t have a subscription plan, the link above will cost you one of your 20 monthly downloads — unless of course it doesn’t count if clicked on at Against-the-Grain. Enjoy!)

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