Monthly Archives: March 2011

Point and Click Social Activism – Part 2

In Part 1, I talked about forms of digital activism, like Twitter, using the “like” feature on Facebook and writing blogs that really are limited to the more Internet savvy segments of the American population. The practice that originally prompted … Continue reading

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My New Tech Toy – iPad2

Yes, I admit it. I stood in line at Best Buy on Friday to get a new iPad on the launch day. Does that qualify me as an Apple geek? Or just crazy? Before you make that judgment, let me … Continue reading

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Point And Click Social Activism – Part I

There’s a bit a lot of discussion lately about the role of social networking tools like Facebook and Twitter in the popular uprisings taking place recently. The threatened governments have reacted by blocking Internet access. I’m not convinced that the … Continue reading

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