1. Seven Reasons Why We Need Internet Activism Now via @CathyNDavidson Privacy Intellectual Property Openness Peer-learning Free Speech Open Media Innovation 2. Amazon retroactively replaces Reamde, repelled readers revolt Amazon remade its Kindle edition of Neal Stephenson’s new novel Reamde, and is now getting reamed by disgruntled readers, GalleyCat and CNet report. The e-book had been pulled from the Kindle store on Tuesday, and today customers … Continue reading Top 10 Links 2.40: Poverty, Digital Underclass, Digital Culture, e-Content & More
My personally selected top ten from the links I shared on Twitter 4.10.2011 through 4.16.2011. In no particular order: 1. Stop BREAKING THE BASIC RULES of presenting! « thewikiman another great presentation from Ned Potter, I think this one spent most of last week on the front page of Slidehsare.net. Stop Breaking The Basic Rules of Presenting http://static.slidesharecdn.com/swf/ssplayer2.swf?doc=stopbreakingthedamnrules-110409075904-phpapp02&rel=0&stripped_title=stop-breaking-the-basic-rules-of-presenting&userName=thewikiman View more presentations from Ned Potter 2. … Continue reading Top Ten Links 2.15: Presenting Tips, Net Neutrality, eReaders and the Environment & More!
My personally selected top 10 from the links I shared on Twitter from 4/30/2010 thru 5/6/2010 1.very interesting! Social Media Withdrawal: What Happens When Kids Give Up Their Connections – fascinating! Definitely worth reading. Among the top findings Students use literal terms of addiction to characterize their dependence on media. Students hate going without media. In their world, going without media means going without their friends and … Continue reading Top Ten Links Week 18