This one’s on and, unusually for them, is Safe for Work.

Now, I’m down with making education more interactive, social, customizable, multitasking, multimedia and web-enabled and all that, but for every good thing there are potential downsides. And Cracked’s article nicely sums up some of the more, shall we say, absurd and ridiculous implications of Web-enabled education.

Let’s just say the words pwned, First!, mentos, TL;DR and Nigerian princes all make cameo appearances.

Take a look, the Top 20 Ways the Internet is Taking Over Schools.

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