Friday Shorts 6th Jan

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MIT To Give Free Education to All: The Massachusetts Institute of Technology announced they will launch an online learning initiative called MITx, offering MIT courses to anyone in the world free of charge. MITx will not allow students to earn a degree but those who demonstrate a mastery of their subject can attain a certificate of completion.

¬†The Pros and Cons of Google+ For Small Business: ¬†Mashables surveys many of it’s small business contributors and rounds up their responses in 7 for and 7 against using Google Plus.

30 Social Media Predictions for 2012 From the Pros: A host of Social Media experts and pioneers give their predictions for the changes and developments on their way this year. Let’s see how many come to pass.

5 Reasons Online Video is So Persuasive: What Makes Them Click!? Find out with insights from the psychologist as to why online video is so captivating to audiences.

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About Alistair McBride

Al is the non-techie of the SelfAssemblySites' founding duo. His first businesses were in cultural tours, then later art dealing and consulting. He was SelfAssemblySites' first user and believes if he can do it, anyone can.

He has a wide and diverse range of interests and passions, core of which are usually art, psychology and innovation, and works on both profit and non-profit projects.

Alistair truly believes that a website can be a catalyst to making any idea reality in the 21st Century. You can create all sorts of non-profit and for profit projects take-off with a good website as your launch pad.

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