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An exciting announcement!

At the start of this year, I made a deliberate decision to commit myself to participate in relevant conferences and work on getting some of my work published, and I am happy to announce that my first submission has been accepted. 895 more words

2014: The Year of the Political Hashtag Campaign

As 2014 draws to a close, it seems destined to go down in history as a breakthrough year for the political hashtag. Of course, we’ve seen numerous examples of this phenomenon in the past, but in 2014, hashtag campaigns dominated political discourse on social media (and beyond) and reached a whole new level of prominence. 762 more words

Memes

2015: Internet's Potential Unlimited.

Posted on December 29, 2014

by Jerry Alatalo

As another page of the yearly book of human history comes to a turning, 2015 will soon arrive and many look back on 2014 for reflection and anticipation of what the future holds. 1,051 more words

Earth Matters

Some Personal Thoughts on Social Media Activism

Recently someone raised a question, if activism on Facebook, Twitter and social media is just ‘feel good’ activism that people undertake in the comforts of their home or can it make a difference as what people from yesteryears did marching on the streets. 708 more words

Articles

Barrett And Fetzer Weekly News.

Posted on December 19, 2014

by Jerry Alatalo

Kevin Barrett and James Fetzer team up for a news program they call “False Flag Weekly News”. The issues they touch upon are wide-ranging, certainly heavy-duty, and oftentimes controversial. 451 more words

Earth Matters

Join "The Global 100 Questions Project."

Posted on November 16, 2014

by Jerry Alatalo

If you had the chance to ask those leaders who attended the G-20 meeting in Australia any questions you’d like answered, what would those questions be? 931 more words

Earth Matters

Response to Michael Brown Shooting Proves the Internet Is More Powerful Than Police

How is the Michael Brown case different from Trayvon Martin? Superficially, the cases are quite similar, so why is the outcry – in Ferguson and on the internet – more amplified this time around? 707 more words

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