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Fred Delventhal - For a fact based world view. - 0 views

    To promote sustainable global development and achievement of the United Nations Millennium Development Goals by increased use and understanding of statistics and other information about social, economic and environmental development at local, national and global levels.
Andrew Long

The Fry effect: 'blackout' protest goes viral | Computerworld - 0 views

    The Twitter blackout proposed by New Zealander Juha Saarinen was picked up and mainstreamed by Stephen Fry resulting in global support for the initiative.
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Disable YouTube's related videos With a Simple Hack Code - 0 views

    Disable YouTube's related videos With a Simple Hack Code - YouTube added the feature "related videos" wayback in 2007. Iam sure every YouTube user come across with this feature. Once the video completes playing, will displays a list of related videos..." />
Andrew Long

Emergency alert provider sues Twitter over patents | Computerworld - 0 views

    As Twitter's ongoing global love-in continues it was only a matter of time before the inevitable patent violation law suits.
Thomas Ho

Beyond Blogs - 0 views

    • Thomas Ho
      His Twitter name is jobsworth
  • wikis
  • employees gather on them to write software, map cell-phone base stations, launch branding campaigns.Nearly every new project hatches a wiki. This is especially valuable in a global economy, where engineers in Asia can pick up a project as Europeans go to bed. The new groups that evolve on these wikis raze traditional hierarchies: An intern can amend the work of a senior engineer.
Elizabeth Koh

Swine flu: Twitter's power to misinform | Net Effect - 0 views

  • Twitter seems to have introduced too much noise into the process
  • The problem with Twitter is that there is very little context you can fit into 140 characters, even less so if all you are doing is watching a stream of messages that mention “swine flu.”
  • Now, the lack of context is probably not a problem in 99% of discussions happening on Twitter – or, at least, it's not a problem with devastating global consequences.
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  • networked panic
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