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News reporting bias – from gung-ho Iraq style to personal stories in Libya (blog)

There is a quite a difference in the tone of reporting on the end of the Libyan conflict (near end, anyway) and the end of the Iraqi conflict. Today’s reporting is much more personal, narrative stories of people effected by the crisis, and usually from both sides of the fence, pro and anti-Gaddafi. The Iraqi […]

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The Transparency Tsunami

The world as we knew it has completely changed. Facebook, Flickr and Twitter have totally changed our notions of privacy. Wikileaks has opened the eyes of the mass public to the behind the scenes world of politics and business. And mobile phones, with their cameras, recording devices, and cheap (mostly) available 3G bandwidth makes it […]

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