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Economist piece on Amos etc: Dark Side cousin responds

This appears only online in the letters section of the latest issue of the Economist (cousin of Hard Truths https://atans1.wordpress.com/2015/07/02/where-the-pap-is-wrong-seriously-wrong/). Btw, either Economist or High Commissioner didn’t use “spell check” for “Authority” 224 more words

Political Governance

BlueStarGPS™ Revolutionizes The Utility And Pipeline Industry, Releasing The World's First, Lightweight, Low-Cost GPS/GNSS Solution With No Post-processing Of Data

BlueStarGPS announces plans to offer both GPS and GNSS options in a rugged, lightweight and low-cost package. BlueStarGPS was designed specifically with sub-meter mapping and data collection performance specifications. 420 more words


Censorship, propaganda and storytelling in China

In this episode of “Democracy Ideas,” Anne-Marie Brady describes the evolution of censorship and propaganda techniques employed by the Chinese authorities in the age of the Internet and globalized media. 46 more words


Moran Henn Leaving Friends of Flagstaff's Future

Moran Henn, executive director of Friends of Flagstaff Future has announced that she will be leaving the group in August and will be taking over as Executitive Director for Willow Bend Environmental Education Center. 542 more words

New Media

E-Book Pricing - Apple, Amazon, the Courts, and You

 July 1, 2015 New Post Goes Up Every Wednesday

E-Book publishers have not developed any new technology, in a long, long time, “E- BOOKS – IS THE E-BOOK DEAD, OR JUST ASLEEP?” 677 more words

New Media

Making Videographic Criticism

The last two weeks were some of the most exciting and energizing of my academic career. My colleague Chris Keathley and I hosted an NEH-sponsored digital humanities workshop at Middlebury, called… 1,216 more words


New School? The Digital Move

With the advancements of connectivity, young people today are exposed to vast flow of information and are getting more familiar and comfortable with ‘affinity spaces’ (Gee, 2004; Gee, 2009), to be differentiated from ‘community of practice’, where groups of people are drawn together based on shared strong interest, engaging in a common activity (Gee, 2004). 629 more words

Internet Cultures: Theory And Practice