Keep the Internet Free but keep Traditional Media alive

This is an interesting and pertinent cause. Telcom conglomerates have been lobbying government regulatory bodies to allow them to impose special charges on web owners for internet access speed. Take for instance, Telcom company X makes traffic generally slow across all website traffic. Video or vlog sites that depend on high bandwidth and highspeed access will have […]

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The Change We Need…

From a paper titled “The Personification of Barack Obama” (written for a class assignment 2 days before election day). Here’s the concluding section, summarizing my thoughts and fears of what lies ahead for Barack Obama. … Through the careful manipulation of images and text, Barack Obama became the personification of American democratic ideals, legitimatized and […]

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How ah?

I’m taking a class taught by a Jon Taplin, who aside from blogging, also serves as consultant to the S’pore government (I figure either MDA or MICA in general. He’s been to the yet to be opened Fusionopolis) among other things. In class today, he presented a rather dire picture of America falling behind in […]

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