Tag Archives: digital divide

Digital divide and civic engagement

With the dissertation defended I plan on bringing this blog back to life. I started a post-doc position with the Cornell eRulemaking Initiative (CeRI), based in Cornell Law School. The project runs a very interesting operation called Regulation Room. It offers a platform and, even more importantly, a process for online public participation in the… Read More »

Digest #26

It has been really long time since I have posted any updates. Yes, I was busy, but the number of open tabs with interesting articles kept on growing. So, today I have a moment to breathe and I decided to close some of them (before my Firefox crashes). Although some of the link are not… Read More »

Digest #25

I should have posted this a while ago, but I was traveling, so here it is with a huge delay.  I think some of the new related updates may be not as relevant at this point, but they may still be useful as a historical reference. Recent news related Interesting reports, numbers, and visualizations Interesting… Read More »

Digest #23

This time the digest is rather dense and lengthily. You will find links to writings about the recent Googlle-China clash, some responses to the launch of the iPad, some stats about broadband and young people online, discussions about ICT4D, information about some interesting initiatives, and more… Recent news related Interesting reports, numbers, and visualizations Interesting… Read More »