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Storify allows users to create stories using social media
The Meta-Activism Project
The Meta-Activism Project is an organization dedicated to establishing digital activism as a field of study
Apr 29, 2011
Social media and the election, the NDP surge in Quebec and the UN Conference on Climate Change
Alert! Radio from Canadian Dimension
Alert! Radio #183 -- Interviews with Antonia Zerbisias on social media and the election, Pierre Beaudet on the NDP surge in Quebec and Patrick Bond on the upcoming UN Conference on Climate Change.
Apr 23, 2011
On economics, we-think, and the Twitterverse
It took me a long time to write my first blog. For economists, the blogosphere is a rapid response world, and speed can kill.
Apr 13, 2011
Role of social media in Egyptian uprising
Redeye speaks with media scholar Adel Iskandar about the part that Facebook and other social media did -- and did not -- play in the ouster of Hosni Mubarak.
#NETCulture: Stories of Culture and Diversity in Social Media
Apr 5, 2011
Apr 6, 2011
Alice Mackay Room
350 West Georgia Street
49° 16' 46.938" N
123° 6' 56.25" W
British Columbia CA
Come and hear from inspiring speakers reflecting our culturally diverse communities who will show how social media has helped them strengthen their identities, roots and friendships.
Mar 29, 2011
Craigslist advert seeks jolly right-wing trolls to help conservative message during election campaign
A social media company set up an ad on Toronto's Craigslist seeking writers to 'help balance the left-wing bias of the major media outlets.' Sadly, it was pulled within the hour.
Feb 9, 2011
Al Jazeera, social media and Egypt's uprising
Hebba Fahmy and Anita Krajnc
Al Jazeera, Twitter, Facebook and others have more than proven to skeptics in the West their own worth during Egypt's uprising, and provided many ways to get democratic voices heard.
Feb 2, 2011
U.S. corporations choose despots over democracy
Egypt has been the second-largest recipient of U.S. foreign aid for decades, after Israel. Mubarak's regime has received $2 billion per year since coming to power, overwhelmingly for the military.
Nov 23, 2010
Love in the time of climate crisis: Become part of the Evolve Love team through crowd financing
Next week Cancun environmental, social justice and Indigenous movements from around the world will gather to push the UN to adopt the Cochabamba People's Accord. You can help document it.