I am sure everyone reading this post has followed the public attention given to MOOCs over the last few years. Also getting significant recognition are Kahn Academy and other Open Education Resources (OER) initiatives supported with foundation grants. However, while attention has focused on Udacity, Coursera, and edX, something else has been going on. Similar LMS platforms have organized for the most part outside the view of higher education. Companies such as Udemy, SkilledUp, and a few others now operate as open, public LMS platforms where anybody with decent videotaping capability can be a self-proclaimed expert and publish a course. In line with the theory of Disruptive Innovation, these companies are operating outside the mainstream of secondary education and have an inferior product by our standards. Yet, they are attracting significant numbers of paying students who would otherwise not have access to higher education or are taking courses outside what is available on college campuses.