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I don’t watch broadcast TV much at all anymore, so am glad when friends share their favorite political ads with me via the interwebs. (oh, and yes – I am awake and will complete my ballot carefully) Here are two … Continue reading →
Consider your shoulder tapped. For a new site I am working on for CISLAC Nigeria, I am experimenting with the social wordpress plugin by MailChimp which apparently pushes out posts to Facebook and Twitter and then aggregates replies back here on … Continue reading →
I just remembered that in October Amazee Labs announced that it would be shutting down the amazee.com social change platform on 23 December. I blogged about it back then and was quite appalled. I completely forgot to check on the 23rd, … Continue reading →
There are some good lessons in this video for all of us. Listen carefully. (What I can’t get over is the irony that people take the time and effort to make media like this that criticizes us for sharing time-wasting … Continue reading →
Today I had the remarkable experience of eavesdropping on ICT peer learning as it actually happens – from person to person. Usually I don’t eavesdrop and it’s not really something I should be blogging about, but in this case I … Continue reading →
Strange sensation of freedom (Facebook is down) and new discovery (downrightnow.com crowdsources monitoring of web services)
I sat down at my desk this morning and felt a sudden sensation of freedom entering by body from my fingertips and toes, through my limbs.. and then I realized: it isn’t my own router that is down this time … Continue reading →
Setting us back while going forward: Amazee closes shop, refers members to Facebook and Google for social change organizing
I received the above message from Amazee today. Amazee is (or will be until December 23) a platform built using Drupal where people can create groups to organize around social change projects and campaigns. The makers of the site (Amazee Labs in … Continue reading →