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Comment on What happens when mistrust wins – my speech at the Colombian national journalism prize by The Village of Peace. And Coca. Lots of Coca. | … My heart’s in Accra

Tue, 15 Aug 2017 22:06:14 +0000

[…] referendum failed, but the peace didn’t, and Colombia seems to be transforming. I returned to Bogota in November 2016 to speak at a national journalism event. My friends who’d judged the contest marveled that this was the first year where the best […]



Comment on Stop saying “fake news”. It’s not helping. by Shannon Jacobs

Sun, 13 Aug 2017 21:18:39 +0000

Actually I was hoping that I could see other people's comments... Oh wait, you wrote about the trolls in "Rewire" and why the public comments are so unlikely to be helpful. My underlying interest was that I wanted to offer a few suggestions about improving public discourse in response to that book, but so far the main thing I've discovered is this not-very-active blog with this old-but-related piece on fake news. If I do figure out a way to contact you, then my primary topics are aggregation and display of earned public reputation (where one application is to help render trolls less visible), charity share brokerages (to fund solution projects, software development, and journalism), celebrity email (so people like you can address the imbalance of time), and ekronomics itself (a time-centric perspective of economics). Mostly I'm looking for leads to related research and books. Your own book seems most relevant to the first of those topics...



Comment on The Polyglot Internet by My God, it’s Full of Internets – fp4teuil

Tue, 04 Jul 2017 02:03:25 +0000

[…] of geeks, is for everyone now. The globally-connected Ethan Zuckerman introduced us to the idea of “multiple internets” fractured by language and governmental barriers, but it was clear that cultural and social norms […]



Comment on What happens when mistrust wins – my speech at the Colombian national journalism prize by Herbert Wamalwa

Fri, 30 Jun 2017 08:16:27 +0000

Awesome reflections. On the other hand, the whole science of polling is now facing serious challenges. The Brexit and US elections are two examples that have brought to the fore this conundrum.



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Tue, 13 Jun 2017 19:19:46 +0000

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Comment on Seeing Haiti: a photo essay by Seeing Haiti: a photo essay – nublaxity.world

Tue, 06 Jun 2017 21:38:43 +0000

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Comment on Stop saying “fake news”. It’s not helping. by Why Good Journalism Lost to Noisy Populists - SEENPM

Thu, 18 May 2017 11:19:38 +0000

[…] political reality we live in,” Ethan Zuckerman, director of the MIT’s Center for Civic Media, wrote on his blog. He added that the answer lies in building “wide news, media that helps us understand people we […]



Comment on Seeing Haiti: a photo essay by 360dopes

Tue, 16 May 2017 00:41:31 +0000

Almost got carried away with the photos...so many things to know about some places anyway.



Comment on Seeing Haiti: a photo essay by John

Fri, 14 Apr 2017 06:19:15 +0000

The people are very inspiring because of they restored their way of life after they faced the disasters that come to their nation. I hope they bring back Haiti into a new nation of progress and peace.