My question about whether you learned anything at SES or not didn’t get much reaction. I suspect the answers were polarized, with half the people thinking “not really, I go there for other reasons” and the other half thinking “of course I did”.
Answers to that question might have been helpful, but…
What I’m really questioning is this: How do people in the web space learn what they learn? Associated questions are:
1. Has quantity eclipsed quality as a yardstick for the success?
2. Implications for Teachers / Course Developers of the answer to #1
There are also some serious implications for “Web Marketing” adoption (in all forms) by the broader Marketing community buried in the above. To me, this is not unlike the “CRM Problem”, where for years (and still) people confused the Technology solution with the Marketing potential, which set CRM back a decade.