At least part of what Scott McNealy has been up to
Though it's not part of his official duties at Sun, McNealy is spending a lot of time as pitchman for a project called Curriki — a melding of "curriculum" and "wiki," which is a Web site allowing users to add and modify content and claim a piece of authorship.
In the case of Curriki, parents, teachers and students can post and download free lesson plans, sample tests, book chapters and other materials. McNealy said the site has strict copyright protections, requiring intellectual-property releases for all the original material it publishes.
Source: Business & Technology | Sun exec pitches site devoted to education | Seattle Times Newspaper
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