Monthly Archives: April 2004

Using Blogs to Hack the Media

One of the many things I love about Jim Moore is his ability to think big. Reacting to my paper “Making Room for the Third World in the Second Superpower”, he suggests that we strive not just for equitable representation … Continue reading

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Rwanda, Sudan and “the G-word”

Ten years ago today, one of the great tragedies of the 20th century – the genocide in Rwanda – began. As politicans, journalists and individuals reflect on the events a decade ago, it’s becoming increasingly clear that the tragedy is … Continue reading

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Ory’s response

Ory Okolloh has a great response to my recent post about used clothing imported into Africa. She points out that selling used clothing has provided necessary income for many people, and that used clothing represented a way for her, as … Continue reading

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Alas, not an April Fool’s post

Today is my last day with Geekcorps. I’m not entirely sure how you resign from being the founder of an organization – I suppose I’m still the founder, even if I’m not actively employed as such. But I’m no longer … Continue reading

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