Monthly Archives: January 2012

Blacking out SOPA/PIPA

When I originally wrote about 21st Century Statecraft Month, I was torn on whether or not I wanted to address SOPA/PIPA. In fact, my first draft of the post was a complete rant about the hypocrisy of 21st c. Statecraft … Continue reading

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As seen by Haitians

The other day I came across an article on NPR about some projects in Haiti that were using photography as a way to show Haiti–two years after the earthquake–through the eyes of Haitians. As explained by photographer Maggie Steber, from FotoKonbit, an … Continue reading

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21st Century Statecraft

I know I said that the use of social media in constructing a strong public sphere would not be my sole focus, but second post in and here I go… In my defense though, it’s “21st Century Statecraft” month, and … Continue reading

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And so it begins

As some of you might remember, the use of social media in organizing the protests in the Middle East was sort of a thing. No one really talked about it, thought about its implications, or even went so far as … Continue reading

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