Everyone loves comparisons. I mean just today, I compared this stale muffin to a fresh muffin and debated ever so briefly, should I eat the stale muffin, because it is blueberry and I love blueberry. In the end, the dogs got it. They love blueberry too.
Well over a month ago, on LinkedIn, I started a weekly series where I would select one learning system and compare it to a few other learning systems. The interest on this series has been quite high, and thus, I felt, let’s expand it into a whole post, with updates from the original (you can always update from those on LinkedIn), and newbies as well.
I kicked off this series because I was tired of seeing all of these sites “best of” “top X” “read me rankings” where they compare a learning system to others, and list it as “alternatives” or some other nomenclature. What most people do not realize is that: