Monthly Archives: February 2011

links for 2011-02-07

BBC – Newsnight: Paul Mason: Twenty reasons why it's kicking off everywhere Paul Mason draws a line from protests in Europe to those in MENA. It's a very broad generalization, but some of his observations, particularly about a connected youth … Continue reading

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Interview with Andy Carvin on curating Twitter to watch Tunisia, Egypt

Andy Carvin is a pioneer in online organizing, digital journalism and social media. He’s currently “senior strategist” at NPR, helping the radio network develop their digital strategies. For the past month, he’s been one of the most interesting people to … Continue reading

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links for 2011-02-04

Grassroutes : Road-trips for Social Change Fascinating internship program, designed to send young Indians, educated and from urban settings, to work in rural India to better understand problems in their country and to develop and promote rural solutions. (tags: travel … Continue reading

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links for 2011-02-03

US viewers seek Al Jazeera coverage – Opinion – Al Jazeera English Wadah Khanfar on AlJ's struggle to get on the air in US. Includes interesting insights on their Tunisia coverage despite being banned from the nation (tags: media news … Continue reading

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Andy Oram on Freeing the Cloud

Andy Oram, a veteran tech writer and an editor at O’Reilly Media, comes to the Berkman Center to help us make the cloud better. His talk, “What would make cloud computing truly free and open?”, wrestles with the benefits and … Continue reading

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