GET TO KNOW | Brit musician Scanner scans landscapes and video design
An electronic musicians give examples of how the Internet has changed the way sounds are produced.
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“Likenomics” author Rohit Bhargava urges leaders to consider “non-obvious” ideas
Bhargava believes in sharing "non-obvious" ideas to help leaders think about things from a new perspective.
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INTERNATIONAL JOURNALISM SEMINAR | LGBT issues and human rights coverage explored at Boston’s LGBT Media Summit
My aim is to emphasize opportunities and strategies for the LGBT Media here in the U.S. to cover international issues
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DIALOGUE ON DIPLOMACY | How effective is media’s coverage of U.S. diplomacy abroad?
Nicolas Kralev interviewed P.J. Crowley on a retired Air Force colonel and National Security Council spokesman in the Clinton White
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FREE SPEECH VIOLATION? | Chilean blogger faces jail after US officials disclose his identity
PEN American Center has asked the Department of State and Justice Department to explain U.S. involvement in disclosing the identity
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Barack Obama is the most followed world leader with 17,115,077 followers | Courtesy Burson-Marsteller
Burson-Marsteller “Twiplomacy” study reveals | Obama does not rule Twitterverse | World’s best connected world leaders are EU prexy @euHvR
Do world leaders tweet themselves, or they do they ask other minions do tweet for them? According to the Twiplomacy
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PUMA.Peace offers free short films to organize your own films4peace screenings
PUMA.Peace would love for you to screen this year’s films4peace and will do everything we can to assist you to
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PEN denounces sentencing of Ethiopian blogger Eskinder Nega
Eskinder, who received this year’s PEN/Barbara Goldsmith Freedom to Write Award, was one of 20 journalists and political activist to
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Facebook censors Swedish fan pages: Transatlantic culture wars brew over the social network site’s ban of nude artworks and naked
According to Fotografiska, Facebook “dislikes nakedness whether it is in paintings or photography,” adding that the Swedish museum's use of
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Autumn for a naughty patriarch: On John Jahnke’s “Men Go Down”
NEW YORK CITY:  The avant-garde playwright/director John Jahnke, with a wicked grin, describes Men Go Down (Part 3) as “almost
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