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A feminist clears her name using the same Web 2.0 tools that tried to degrade her

I had applied to be a Voice of the Future correspondent a year ago and decided to apply again after experiencing a certain situation during the call for 2011 applicants. … Read More»

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Building Peace through Internet and Communication

I still remember the time when voices in Kashmir were gagged in the consistent three summers of unrest during 2008, 2009 and 2010 in Kashmir. Local News Channels were banned and even SMS were barred. … Read More»

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Web 2.0: A New Form of Consciousness Raising

The internet has proven to be a vital tool in helping people who otherwise don't have a voice, get their voices heard. … Read More»

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Curiosity is a virtue

I always had the passion to learn, and my believe is that I need to learn new things everyday, because life is too short and the world is so rich, and I didn't want to waste a moment. … Read More»

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An Earthquake in India and Nepal (yesterday) has made me appreciate Web 2.0 more then ever

Yesterday was a friends birthday. It is also one the days in Nepal I will never forget. … Read More»

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SEX CHANGE, THE UNTOLD STORY

He was presumably born a boy but grew up as a girl. Alas! George became Georgina. … Read More»

Rahel Weldeab's picture

Web 2.0: Empowering those who don’t have access to it

I have been an active user of Web 2.0 for quite a while now, and I have to say I’m not entirely convinced by it. … Read More»

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Peace Building with New Media

Web 2.0 is a new platform for peace building. Applications such as social networking sites, blogs and video sharing have created an abundance of democratic space. … Read More»

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