If you never read Seth Godin's blog or if you have never heard of Seth Godin, then you should read his most recent post.
He is a person. He writes books. He knows marketing. He influences people. From his vantage point, he has some interesting things to say about the future of traditional higher education (despite the potentially incorrect/highly unlikely statement about Galileo at Harvard).
I think he makes interesting observations; I think it should make us pause and think about it. What do you think?
Accordance v. the Competition
Who influences you?