Tag Archives: Africa

Electric cello and shared mobile phones

I’m blogging from Camden, Maine, at the wonderful Pop!Tech conference. This year’s a special treat. My wife, the lovely Velveteen Rabbi, and I are team-blogging, trading off posts. You can read her posts on her website, or just read all … Continue reading

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Calestous Juma and the future of African communications

Professor Calestous Juma from Harvard’s Kennedy School leads off the annual luncheon series at the Berkman Center with an overview of policy issues surrounding broadband internet in eastern Africa. Professor Juma has been a pioneer on issues around education and … Continue reading

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The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind

Hi friends. I’m not quite back online yet, though the eye is healing very well, and more quickly than last time. You’ll probably hear from me at Ars Electronica this weekend, and I’ll be back at “work” early next week. … Continue reading

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