Monthly Archives: October 2010

On the way to 2010 … Beyond 2010: Digitalized Birmingham

In 2007, British Prime Minister Gordon Brown abolished the position of Minister for Social Exclusion. In early 2008, a post of Minister of Digital Inclusion was created In 2009, UK government appointed a female entrepreneur as a Digital Inclusion Champion, … Continue reading

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What Type of Digital Activist Are You?!

  Digital activism in the Middle East could be the most appealing topic to researchers who were fascinated by ‘blogging phenomena’ in mid 2000s and ‘Facebook strike’ in Egypt in 2008, also for journalists who made hundreds of interviews with … Continue reading

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Dear Tweeps: your bedrooms are watched!

‘Myself is MY Twitter account so, it’s mostly about me’ … ‘I guess I’m tweeting to my friends, fans… and I’m tweeting to myself’… ‘I’m very conscious that Twitter is public, I won’t tweet anything I didn’t want my mother,employer,professor … Continue reading

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Birmingham Bologsphere… Networked and Interactive?!

In a city almost all the of its coffee houses  with WiFi offer internet for FREE, you should find bloggers community, and in a country where 82.5% of the population is going online, you should find blogs readers

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We Are Who Made the Media Social

Today I have 668 friends on Facebook, over 1600 followers on Twitter and 30 fans on Delicious…but I tell you: I’m not that social!

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