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Iria Puyosa · January, 2006

Playing non-zero sum games. Living in a networked society. Intersections: Communication, media, public opinion, polis, campaigns, narratives, data, innovation. Beat.
Researcher and consultant on political communication, social media, and digital strategies.

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Latest posts by Iria Puyosa from January, 2006

Revolutionary Awareness in the WSF

Bloggers attending the World Social Forum in Caracas have been speaking out with constructive criticisms on organizational pitfalls. Issues related to transportation, the youth camp facilities, and information problems have...

Youth WSF collective blog

WSF Starts Walking the Walk in Caracas

The WSF is the expression of a new way of doing politics. People—the youngest as well as the historical fighters still fighting— are increasingly aware of politics going beyond simple...

Biking to WSF

The World Social Forum Will Be Naked

A week from the opening of the Sixth World Social Forum, the Venezuelan blogosphere is not paying much attention to the event. Pro-government Aporrea blog is the only weblog publishing...

Old road Caracas-La Guaira

No Longer a Bridge to Caracas

This graphic links to a study developed by Cecal-ULA (a research center at the Universidad de Los Andes in Venezuela) on the likelihood of the collapse of Viaduct 1 and...

Best Literary Weblogs 2005

The Best Literary Weblogs 2005 written in Spanish were selected by the members of Blogueratura, the most important directory of literary blogs in Spanish. The directory registers 769 blogs from...

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