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Dec 15

How low can you go?

Posted by Khatija in task team , spy , Rupert Murdoch , rebekah brook , news of the world , New Media , nelson mandela , ethics , cctv



Sep 06

Write what you like? Frank Talk.

Posted by Khatija in times live , the sunday times , terror blnache , terre blanche , self-regulation , racist picture , New Media , icts , Hawks , ethics , AWB


New media, information and communication technologies (ICTs) and social networking sites allow for the public to become producers of their own content, to share information, pictures, video and audio to users around the world.

Sep 06

New Media + Communication = Green power for all

Posted by GeraldineKent in sustainability , south africa , ngo , New Media , information society , ICT , green power , digital technology , development , Communication


After many weeks of blogging on sustainability, renewable energy sources, solar power, education systems, economic problems and much more... I have come to the realisation that I achieved my goal for this blog without even realising it.

Jun 23

Gamification gaining Klout

Posted by Ryc0v in Twitter , specialist , ryc0v , New Media , Linkedin , level up , klout , Gaming , gamification , Facebook , BBC


Hey all, Been a while since I last wrote, exams and the like took up some time.

Some of you may have noticed in the absence between this and my last post, that Gamification has really picked up and been caught on the global radar, with BBCNews even offering an explanation of it, and a brief rationale as to why it might be successfully implemented. So, now that I've given myself a cyber pat-on-the-back for predicting the trend, I'd like to move along to an interesting little "semi-gamified" social networking tool.

It's called Klout and it, with your blessing, accesses your varying social networking sites to form an analysis of your importance, prestige, style and how much of an effect you have on what your fellow networked users use. Giving you interesting titles and achievements as it does so!


Apr 13

Which tablet should you choose?

Posted by Howie2.0 in toshiba folio 100 , technology , tablets , tablet comparisons , tablet choices , south africa , samsung galaxy , pdf , New Media , iPad 2 , blackberry playbook , acer iconia a500


You walk into an electronic store with the hope of picking up a tablet with the titan reputation that everyone has been talking about. Standing at the front of all the displays a twinge of frustration looms when your eyes scatter over the tablets which all look the same. Great, which one were my friends talking about? And what about that one? It looks the same...?!

Apr 12


Posted by GeraldineKent in university degree , tree hugger , technology , sustainability south africa , sustainability , south africa , rhodes university , Research , poverty , politics , patriot , ngo , New Media , matriculation , Journalism , humanity , history , hippie , Government , global warming , environment , Education , economics , digital media , development , culture , community , activist , Accessibility , 2012


First things first… I am not a hippie. I am not a tree-hugger. I am not a political activist. I am just a Journalism student, who has a keen interest in History, Politics and humanity’s incredible ability to ruin all the good stuff about this planet of ours.

I am a cynic. I am critical. I do believe that we can use history and past mistakes to fix the present and secure a better future. Global warming - I think I believe it exists. The apocalypse of 2012 – I’m rooting for that to be real, for it to be a cleansing session for our world. South Africa – I’m a true patriot at heart but very aware of this country’s flaws and inability to solve crises.

May 04

How do you consume information?

Posted by The Organ Harvester in Twitter , The need for a website , social media , Search Engine Optimisation , Organisations , New Media , Networking , Media Consumption , Google , Generating traffic , Facebook

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