[Air-L] Fw: New LA Opera Requirements for Volunteers (fwd)
murero.monica at gmail.com
Sun Nov 21 05:03:36 PST 2010
Most of our '800 Italian Opera masterpieces are pretty
"revolutionary" indeed :-)
I think that identifying people lecturing to kids is a correct
practice for crime prevention etc. That said, Health-tests and body
scan for security purposes, fingerprints vendors etc. are growing
"new" businesses these days.
I wonder about TB skin test and fingerprints requirements -- these
sound even more extreme when one reads them from Europe !
Talking about effectiveness of measures, a positive TB skin scan does
not mean anything - most medical doctors are TB+ - only a chest X-ray
determine current TB activity.
What if a volunteer expert on Opera would have lectured in a virtual
environment, accessing kids' profile information ? What measures would
be required to lecture to kids in an online Opera class?
Monica Murero , Ph.D.
AoIR Exec, 2003-2009; AoIR Treasurer, 2005-2009
AoIR Lifetime Member
Director E-Life International Institute
Associate Professor in Politics of e-Government
and in Sociology of New Technology
University Federico II, Italy
Consultant, World Health Organization
Il giorno 20/nov/10, alle ore 19:08, Barry Wellman ha scritto:
> Don't understand how lecturing to a classroom of kids for an hour on
> Tosca is working in close proximity.
> Although Tosca is subversive. As is Nabucco.
> Barry Wellman
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