Famo class on Current TV

by Jamie Wilkinson | February 4, 2009

“In the Internet Famous class at Parson’s New School, students blog, facebook, twitter, and digg their way to internet fame and hopefully an A.” [link]

Mad props if you register a Current account and vote us up on their site. Further props for retweets, reblogs, re-edits, remixes, reposts, crossposts, sideposts, you name it. That’s what we’re all about baby.


4 comments on “Famo class on Current TV”

  1. tbx:
    2-4-2009 at 2:24 pm #

    great video! congrats on another awesome internet famous class!

  2. kombizz:
    12-6-2009 at 2:01 pm #

    You have a cool site. I appreciate your work.

  3. alex sheive:
    5-12-2010 at 2:58 pm #

    In that an algorithm is merely a set of instructions to be applied to complete a task, I’d say that perhaps the majority of classes are graded algorithmically. Am I missing something?

    Even if one were to somehow take “the first algorithmically graded class” to mean “the first class to be graded by a computer program automatically based on what is produced by the students” that would also not be unique at all.

    But, perhaps that statement is just a troll? Perhaps this entire class is a meta-farce upon itself designed to make Jamie more internet famous?

    To that one guy: Way to dig out the basquiat shirt for the video dude.

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    10-14-2010 at 4:22 am #

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