Daily Archives: March 4, 2005

Africa – Even more complicated than it looks

My good friend (and my editor at WorldChanging) Alex Steffen just posted a powerful graphic to WorldChanging, under the title “The African Cliff”. (He found the graph via Dave Robert’s blog, who found it at Marginal Revolution, who found it … Continue reading

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Rebecca gets blunt…

My friend and colleague Rebecca Mackinnon is complaining about “conference fatigue”, a condition I often seem to come down with around this time of year. In her fatigued state, she’s being wonderfully blunt about the “future of journalism” debate so … Continue reading

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Africa: Even More Complicated than it Looks

My good friend (and my editor at WorldChanging) Alex Steffen just posted a powerful graphic to WorldChanging, under the title “The African Cliff”. (He found the graph via Dave Robert’s blog, who found it at Marginal Revolution, who found it … Continue reading

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Rebecca gets blunt

My friend and colleague Rebecca Mackinnon is complaining about “conference fatigue”, a condition I often seem to come down with around this time of year. In her fatigued state, she’s being wonderfully blunt about the “future of journalism” debate so … Continue reading

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