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VOF Week 3: (Building Bridges by Blogging)

Just because we are interested, does this make us interesting? This is a question I struggle with as I continue to define my presence in the blogosphere. … Read More»

ntoweett's picture

VOF Week 2: (A link of endless possibilities).

I was browsing the Awid site of which am a member when I came across the call for participation for the World Pulse Voices of the Future. … Read More»

nicea's picture

VOF Week 1: (Raising our voices)

What excites me the most about Web 2.0 is definitely the human aspect of it- instead of reading dry information about a subject, I can interact with people, listen to their stories, learn to understan … Read More»

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VOF Week 1: (The First Step to Creating Global Change)

For me, the phrase Web 2.0 itself contains the excitement for the potential of a new kind of activism, spearheaded by a generation of revolutionary thinkers, utilizing the web for mass social change. … Read More»

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"VOF Week 1: (Nairobi, Dublin, Seoul, and Sydney Before 10am)"

It was just another lazy Sunday morning. I stumbled out of bed, clumsily put the coffee on, and plopped down at the kitchen table with my lap top. … Read More»

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VOF Week 1: Web 2.0... Window of Knowledge

Web 2.0... Window of Knowledge Web 2.0... What a heavenly a surprise! I came across it just by chance. And since this time, it lit days of my. I feel that a window for knowledge opens … Read More»

Auma's picture

"VOF Week 1: My Ladder.

Emily Davila's picture

VOF Week 1: (My fatasy is a blogging world tour)

One of my wild dreams would be to go on a world tour where I sit down with young people and women's groups and show them how to blog. … Read More»

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