The Internet

Facebook Creates Online Civil Society Clashes in Iran

There’s been lots of online activity in the run-up to the Iranian presidential election, which is coming up on June 12.

There’s a four-way election currently going on between the two main conservative candidates, including incumbent President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, Mohsen Rezaei,…

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New Scientist: Eight things you didn’t know about the internet

The internet is a tool that we all use every day. It’s arguably one of the greatest inventions of the last half century. But it’s had a profound impact on the way that we interact with each other and with society…

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More bandwidth coming to Africa

There’s been much discussion lately about how Africa’s bandwidth is too little, and too expensive. I’d argue, in fact, that this bandwidth problem, coupled with insane bureaucracy and corruption have kept prices in Africa largely artificially high.

OLPC News makes the…

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Cornell researchers use geotagged Flickr photos to create maps

Occasionally when I upload a photo to Flickr, I’ll add some geotagging information if I have it readily available. Geotagging, for the uninitiated, is way to to tell Flickr where (down to the intersection) you took a particular photo. Basically,…

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The Internet

Topic: Identity
Schedule: Week 10 (August 24 - August 31)
Art Project: Microblogging (Pitesti, Romania)

The Internet is the world’s largest telecommunications network ever built and is the fastest way to transfer any type of data between any two points on the globe. Originally…

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