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· September, 2009

Stories about Ideas from September, 2009

Bahrain: Observations from Dubai

Suriname: Photographic Art

Trinidad & Tobago: Thinking & Drinking

Israel: The Meaning of Home

Israel: Ideas for Household Water Conservation

Trinidad & Tobago: The Price of Progress is High

Japan: Animated Explanations of Policies?

Taiwan: BoF 2009

Bermuda: national identity

Barbados, Guyana: forest outpost?

Harvard Forum – What do we need to know?

Today's conversation starts with discussions of “knowledge gaps”, open questions we need to answer through research so we can understand what's succeeding and failing in our field.

Harvard Forum: ICT4D and, and, and

Ethan brings the live-blog from day one to a close after questions and lively discussion with conclusion from Mike Best who suggests there's no way to summarize these discussions… with...

Harvard Forum: Are we satisfied with what we've got?

The live-blogging continues, as Michael Spence helps identify questions that are top research priorities for the ICT for development field with input from Yochai Benkler, Rohan Samarajiva, Hernan Galperin, Alison...

Harvard Forum: the complex world of ICT and gender

The live-blog continues with panel presentations on ICT for development by Clotilde Fonseca, Sabri Saidam, Ineke Buskens, Nancy Spence, and Ethan Zuckerman.

Iran: Animations vs. Dictatorship

Many designs, posters, songs and videos have been created in support of Iran's "green" protest movement. Animators too, have declared war on the dictatorship in Iran.

St. Vincent and the Grenadines: “good hair”

Update from the Harvard Forum on ICT4D

Ethan Zuckerman and Jen Brea from Global Voices are live-blogging a conversation today and tomorrow at Harvard on the future of information and communication technology and development (ICT4D) hosted by...

Bangkok Twestival

Mobile-empowered to serve you better

The mobile phone has grown to be a tool that enables, farmers, small traders and service providers to take information-based decisions, thereby leading to their economic empowerment

Barbados: Bolt vs. Gay

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