Stories from May, 2010
An open discussion about the state of social media and the society in China, Sri Lanka, Pakistan, and Russia
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On Thursday afternoon Anne Arnold from the World Bank lead a breakout session with around 20 summit attendees on digital media, technology and government accountability.
Yessenia presented the Hiperbarrio project in Colombia. It started with a small group of people at a library...
Honoring those who are working to advance free expression on the Internet.
Blogging since Childhood (Blogging desde infancia) was presented by Pablo Flores.
The lack of connection to the Internet. How people are going to learn how to use to use the Internet after they get the access.
A comparison between Old and New Media, and the advantages and disadvantages of each of them.
People from Chile, Taiwan and other countries discussed how Social Media can help in dealing with a crisis or disaster.
Filip of GV Macedonia was interested to know if this experience of the Macedonian elections has been replicated in other countries, where both presidential and local tried to measure support for candidates on various social media platforms, and discovered it was possible to predict the outcome of elections base on percentages of support on facebook and other platforms. People from Colombia, Liberia, Sri Lanka, and other countries discussed the topic with him.