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· March, 2005

Stories about Weblog from March, 2005

13 March 2005

Newsweek piece on blogosphere diversity and the Halley/Levy challenge

Steven Levy's column in the upcoming issue of Newsweek starts with a quote from Keith Jenkins, commenting on Rebecca's blog, which expressed his concern that people of color are less...

10 March 2005

Safe Democracy & the Internet

Recommendations for Safe Democracy: The document of recommendations for the Club of Madrid is on the wiki page here. David Weinberger has posted the IRC for our workshop yesterday.

9 March 2005

Media access to the Madrid Summit

Martín Varsavsky, our host at the International Summit on Democracy, Terrorism and Security, has been handling some awkward questions about media access to the summit. Over thirteen hundred journalists were...

Internet, Democracy & Terrorism

Ethan Z and I (among others) are Madrid now, at the Safe Democracy conference, where people from around the world have gathered to discuss how you fight terrorism without destroying...

8 March 2005

Dina Mehta on the Indian blogscene

Dina Mehta, a brilliant Indian anthropologist and blogger, just published an article on the emergence of the Indian blogosphere for online magazine Nirantar. Referencing Malcolm Gladwell's new book, “The Tipping...

3 March 2005

Plagarism is the sincerest form of flattery – Controversy in the Kenyan blogosphere

Ory Okolloh, the Kenyan Pundit and Global Voices ally, is keeping her eyes on an interesting situation in the Kenyan blogosphere – the plagarism of a prominent Kenyan blogger by...

Civiblog – Blog Hosting for Civil Society

Global Voices collaborator Joi Ito has just joined the advisory board of Civiblog, a project designed to give blogs to civil society organizations around the world. Run by Citizen's Lab...