Monthly Archives: November 2003

Media Attention, the UN, Sean MacBride and “ancient” media history

Last week, I had the pleasure of leading a class of Digital Democracy, a Harvard Law School course being team taught by Berkman Center staff and faculty. The class, as a whole, is concerned with issues of political and legal … Continue reading

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BlogAfrica

I’m happy to announce the launch of BlogAfrica, a new project intended to ensure that the blogosphere includes perspectives from and about Africa. The BlogAfrica project includes a catalog of Africa-focused blogs, hosted by our friends at allafrica.com. It’s a … Continue reading

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Quote of the day

“The chief executive of the Ghana Telecom (GT) Mr. Oystein Bjorge has assured the public that his administration would not take advantage of its monopoly on the fixed line telephone market to cheat its customers as some people are trying … Continue reading

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Worse than Iraq

UN Under Secretary General for Humanitarian Affairs, Jan Egeland has declared that the humanitarian situation in northern Uganda is worse than the current situation in Iraq. It’s hard to compare the scale of tragedies, but it’s probably safe to say … Continue reading

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Reformatting My Blog

I’ve been getting reports that RSS feeds from my blog are getting misformatted in many folks aggregators. Friends who are blogging with the Harvard software seem to be having better luck with posting as “news” than as “stories”, so I’m … Continue reading

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