Monthly Archives: September 2011

What happened to love letters?

love letters via post office  (picture source uknown)

Social Media Eroding the Institutional Monopoly                 Do you remember when we sent those scandalous, sweet-smelling little notes of affection via mail? But who am I kidding when I was old enough to … Continue reading

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La Vie en Bleu?

Original photograph by Tarrice Love,   Enhanced by La ChichiMambo

Avant on voyait LA VIE EN ROSE mais maintenant on dirait qu’on voit la vie en Bleu   “So much of the what the software does, is in the mind of the user” Clay Shirky. The technology behind the proliferation of … Continue reading

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If Language Counters that ‘Single Story’

Nsibidi- 15th century writing symbols. used among the Efik, Igbo, Ekoid

One of Our Oldies….Enjoy!                         Power is the ability not just to tell the story of another person, but to make it the definitive story of that person. The … Continue reading

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