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Old problems and new media

New media erases borders; it allows to speak to everyone… Looks like the biggest dream of Vladimir Lenin becomes truth and kitchen maid can rule the country. But… she really can? … Read More»

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2.0 : Our Power Is In The Web

The new frontier of the www, Web 2.0, is the fastest growing innovation that is continuously exposing me to different spheres and new forms of interactive experiences. … Read More»

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Optimism for the Likes of Rabi and Their Local Community

Nigeria has recorded very devastating environmental and human impacts of artisanal mining activities. … Read More»

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Web 2.0 and Me!

Web 2.0 is the measure against all the boundaries and restriction which the society imposed on women to distance and alienate them from the “public” sphere. … Read More»

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Us and the Web 2.0

A little spider spun a web. As time passed, the spider grew its reach and attracted bugs of all kinds. Mesmerized by the glittering network of threads, they got caught up in it. … Read More»

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Women and Web 2.0 : A Journey of Vision, Change and Empowerment

Men have dominated the internet landscape for years.The slightly antagonistic "online "environment, managed to stifle our voices - but NOT anymore. … Read More»

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I am really excited about web 2.0 for various reasons: The fact that I can freely express my ideas, opinion, feelings etc in creativity without fear that the contents of my article will be diluted to … Read More»

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Social Media & False Sensitisation

The New Era of False Sensitisation: You Think You Know But You Don’t … Read More»

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Offer: Call for Participation in Young Feminist Blogathon: new deadline is October 5th!

There is still time to participate in the Young Feminist Blogathon. The deadline has been extended to October 5th 2011. … Read More»

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