This post was written by Cheryl Clemons, CEO of LearnerLab / StoryTagger. What do diarist Samuel Pepys and internet celebrity Logan Paul have in common? Apart from the rat connection – with Paul’s infamous Tasering of a dead rodent and Pepys’s descriptions of the Great Plague (spread by the fleas that lived on rats) – both tell us what’s happening …
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Part 3 of the report from our Think Tank: Beyond The Course
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