The influx of talent into the web3 space makes it an exciting industry. However, more talent is needed to build additional primitives and solutions that equitably help online and offline communities.
You could be that talent. No permission is needed.
Helping find and connect that talent is one way this newsletter and blog can help. To that end, I’m excited to share a few announcements!
🔨 Ed3: Builders
Starting Monday, I’m launching Ed3: Builders.
The Ed3: Builders series will introduce and highlight founders, contributors, and builders working to scale education with web3 technology.
Through these interviews, we hope to facilitate new collaborations and inspire new primitives and solutions. Contact me
if you know someone we should feature.
Starting today, you can now listen to Ed3 articles and the Ed3: Builders series via podcast.
If you’re like me, you might be folding laundry, rocking babies to sleep, and, once in a blue moon, going for a run. I hope this podcast will help you explore the opportunities in education without having to be in front of a screen.
📽 Ed3: Video
Starting next Thursday, I’ll be sharing video essays and Ed3: Builders interviews on YouTube. This will be a bit shorter and more conversational version of the articles we share on the blog.
Hopefully they will be easy to share with potential builders who should learn more about the intersection of education and web3.