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The disrupters -- or the amplifiers?

Original post made on Oct 27, 2012

Online-education companies Udacity and Coursera have their similarities: Both are for-profit, private Palo Alto businesses that offer free, online college-level courses. And both companies' founders have ties to Stanford University and backgrounds in computer science.

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