AppScout, written by the editors and analysts of PC Magazine, recently wrote a nice review of edu 2.0. One quote:
Many Web sites and Web services offer online classroom environments and learning management systems that allow teachers and instructors to create digital classrooms for students to read material, interact with one another, and respond to assignments and quizzes, but San Francisco startup Edu 2.0 takes the digital classroom a step further. The service does much of what the traditional online classroom does, but focuses on collaboration and group learning, areas in which other services often lack.
I was particularly pleased that they covered most of the main features of the site, and included some nice screen shots. I'm looking forward to the coverage we'll get when we start releasing versions of our site in languages like Spanish, French and German.