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Weekly#10: Devotee of Saint Zuckerberg

I know Zuckerberg is Jewish, and this blog title doesn’t make any sense (sorry, dude!), but this is how I feel; this guy (not Orkut, although I’m a Google lover too) should be idolized, and I’ll be thankful to him … Continue reading

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Weekly#8: Anyone can be a Journalist

After last class, I got a little more respect for Wikipedia. While modern encyclopedias carry an innovative approach and an attractive freshness in terms of content, traditional encyclopedias – made with greater diligence – carry an aura of ultimate knowledge, … Continue reading

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Weekly#6: Obama’s networked campaign: a role model, but not for the poor

On January, 20, 2009, I was in Rio de Janeiro, crying in my living room while watching Obama’s inauguration on TV. I had never seen a president able to engage so many people and to cause such a commotion like Barack … Continue reading

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