Re: [wg-review] Re: [ga] ICANN & other Major Corporations
I am working on business models for ESL in developing countries and are
incorporating what I call TSL, Technical as a Second Language - It will crossover
with certification programs. In otherwords, I not only agree with you but am
betting a lot of people's livilihoods on it. I hope we can make it cost effective.
Sandy Harris wrote:
> Eric Dierker wrote:
> > > > Every voting American Netizen could get in communication with their
> > > > Government Representatives and help them understand: 1) The Internet,
> > > > 2) The ICANN, 3) The IETF.
> > >
> > > I very much doubt that most Netizens understand the net in any depth. Yes,
> > > we use it and are aware of some of the issues, but that's not the same. As
> > > for ICANN and the IETF, I suspect many users wouldn't even recognise the
> > > names. I've met "web designers" who did not recognise "W3C" or "SSL"!
> > >
> > I think we all agree that the above technical stuff, is not what we need
> > in Outreach and Education. ...
> It is certainly not all that is needed, or even the most important part, but
> to some extent it is necessary.
> Neither the social and political issues of the net nor the technical aspects
> can be understood in isolation. Each affects the other profoundly, and you
> need some understanding of both to make useful contributions to either.
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