A short introduction to the semantic web. All source material is on the Digital Bazaar wiki: http://wiki.digitalbazaar.com/en/sema…
Their arrival sparks a debate among campus CIOs over whether colleges should start giving out Apple’s much-ballyhooed computing tablet to students.
from Mashable! by Stan Schroeder
from CyberJournalist.net by Jon
?Got my iPad :D? tweets Khalid Alsudairy, a 22-year-old Saudi student studying in Boston.
Soon enough, the news travels across the region, with well wishers congratulating him on the feat. Saudi tech blog iPhad (Ar) takes a step further and interviews Alsudairy as being ?among the first Arabs to own an iPad.?
from FP Passport by Kayvan Farzaneh
The term ‘journalism’ is a large umbrella covering the multitude of media and topics that come under its shelter. Indeed, branding ‘journalists’ as but a single breed of professional would be to ignore the differences between what a broadcaster, to say a newspaper columnist, does on a daily basis.
On March 12, 2010, Reporters Without Borders celebrated World Day Against Cyber Censorship. The goal of the event was to rally everyone in support of a single Internet that is unrestricted and accessible to all. It is also meant to draw attention to the fact that, by creating new spaces for exchanging ideas and information, the Internet is a force for freedom. However, more and more governments have realized this and are reacting by trying to control the Internet.
Today, the final bit of content from Tactical Tech’s most recent project, ‘10 tactics for turning information into action‘, went online for the public to view and download.
from Mashable! by Ben Parr
The 2008 U.S. presidential campaign drew the attention of the world. In the aftermath, the Obama campaign’s use of Facebook, YouTube and Twitter were widely credited with helping secure the historic victory of President Barack Obama.