One of the most potent things that happened when I taught a class called "Agents, Actions, Ends" was that at this university there have been a lot of problems getting women involved in philosophy classes. Men are very verbally aggressive in smaller classes and discussion sections because that is encouraged in the discipline. Women tend to hold back and have the view that what they have to say is probably not worth hearing. This vanishes on the website. The women turn out to be especially good at focusing discussion, organizing group meetings, asking follow up questions--things like this. One of the last posts on my last website at the end of it all was a joint post by several of the male students that read, "We just want to say that women rock, and we think it is embarrassing that we have been taking philosophy classes for three years and didn't know that. We wish you guys would speak up in those other classes." It was very powerful.