Freedom of access to information and internet communications is blocked in Iran.
Archive for May, 2009
Tags: BBC, facebook, freedom, Iran, News
Tags: Astronaut, Hubble Telescope, NASA, outer space, Space Shuttle
The inner space realms of “the Internet” holds enormous sway over our present attention. Its disruptive forces amass in the forms of Craigslist, blogs, Orkut, Facebook, Digg and Twitter to draw us into relationship we never imagined before.
Yet, the world has never ceased it’s amazement and awe of the “Great Unknown:” outer space.
The Boston Globe present some amazing space mission photos here.
See the latest Hubble Space Mission images from NASA’s.
Tags: 90-9-1 principle, Gapingvoid, Hugh MacCleod
Tags: Astronaut, Mike Massimino, NASA, Space, tweet, twitter
One small twit for man, one giant tweet for mankind.
It had to happen sometime, right?
Tags: disruption, e-Ink Reader, internet, Kindle, Newspapers, print media
“Yes, the Web has changed the economics of the newspaper business, but it doesn’t have to mean the end of newspapers — just the end of the business as it is currently conducted. Wireless can do for newspapers what it is in the process of doing for books.”
– Tom Wheeler, Managing Director – Core Capital Partners
Read the full post at 4G Wireless Evolution – Memo to the Press.