In Aggregation of knowledge in distributed learning networks at

I say: "
Nowadays the pipes and mechanisms for distributing information and knowledge within a network, and with it the ability to cross-fertilize adjacent networks, are being developed and expanded at an unprecedented rate. This has had the effect of subverting the power structures that existed when communication was essentially done in print media, which could be controlled by publishers and other authorities with agendas possibly different from those seeking publication (which sometimes results in those wishing to be published altering their views to align more closely with those of the arbiters of what gets published)."

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