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via @joi On this cold Monday morning in Delhi, I came across an inspiring piece of writing by Joi Ito where he talks about the internet not just as a technology, but as a “belief system, a philosophy.” Ito writes … Continue reading
When WikiLeaks released hundreds of thousands of classified documents on the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan and State Department memos, the world was forced to consider, How much do we trust our governments? WikiLeaks, a whistleblowing website, says â€œWe believe … Continue reading
Yesterday saw a â€˜blackoutâ€™ of several popular websites, including Wikipedia and Reddit, whilst other popular websites like Google and Craigslist displayed messages on their homepages, protesting against two separate anti-censorship bills, the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) and the Protect … Continue reading
The many revolutions happening around the world, from Ramlila Maidan to Tahrir Square, have been, or are being, at least in part fueled and propelled by the technologies we use, especially online social media. And at the same time, governments … Continue reading