An NBC-newsguy-turned-journalism professor warns that "unfettered citizen journalism is too risky". His solution? Regulate it.
The market for religious goods and services is growing. According to the Pew Project, more than 82 million Americans and 64% of all internet users go online for faith-related matters.
Facebook has confirmed findings of a CA security researcher that the social-networking site's Beacon ad service is more intrusive and stealthy than previously acknowledged, an admission that contradicts statements made previously by Facebook exec
Congratulations to Crye55, winner of the Ron Paul CNN/YouTube Debate Contest.
"They closed it (the account) and they sent me an e-mail saying that it will be suspended because there were lots of complaints about the content, especially the content of torture," Abbas told Reuters
The media is so transparent of their ulterior motives they have a hard time hiding it any more. Who keeps winning every Poll? Ron Paul. How about a story on that AOL- ED. With six weeks left until the Iowa caucuses, the presidential horserace has
Don't have time for the latest gossip in the neighborhood? No problem, just get on the computer and find out. Pittsburgh, Seattle, Denver: most of the country's larger cities are listed.
A popular online marketing technique illustrates one roll of the media in shaping national politics.
A few days ago we put up this story and picture about Barack Obama. Today it's reported that Obama's upset at the attention he's getting and calling it a "dirty trick".
The name "Ron Paul" and the word "revolution" are synonymous. To do their part in staving off the worldwide assault of the neocon agenda, RedState bans the use of the name.
8 sentences, each describing new IRS requirements and mandates on poker tournaments and poker players. 0 sentences questioning the authority to require and mandate.
(Sometimes you just need a fresh perspective on all of the $#!^ in the news)
CNBC pulled its on-line poll after the GOP Presidential Debate in Dearborn, MI after Ron Paul received 75% of the votes. The reason: Ron Paul supporters are too well organized.
The daily blog, of a former U.K. ambassador to Uzbekistan vanished after Murray's British Internet provider received a flurry of ominous legal letters demanding the removal of "potentially defamatory" information about a mining mogul wi
And what if you could track track all of the traffic in one place? Could you eventually be your own Network President? The Big Bad Guys are soooo toast :) - TubeMogul - Empowering Online Video
More than 100,000 old books previously unavailable to the public will go online thanks to a mass digitization program at the British Library. The program focuses on 19th Century books, many of which are unknown.
But the videos are having an effect, says Greg Slate, director of the Police Complaint Center, a nonprofit police watchdog group in Washington. "It really is changing how people perceive police officers," Slate said.
Internet Libertarian Justin Raimondo tackles Gen. Petraeus, gay cruising and the Iraqi 'resistance'.
The New York Times had decided to end its Time-Select subscription service, a move that will make its top columnists and newspaper archives free on the newspaper's website. The decision, which will take effect at midnight on Monday,
Emmy-winning TV creators launch show on Web November 11
In one weekend, 200 signs you put up all across the state. This video shows the hard work and results of this effort.
I'm sure they believe Ron Paul needs special attention for some reason. VØTÊ 4 R0n P4u|_ - The Fun Continues :)
Here is the site with that video and a few more that you will want to take a look at as well.
Interesting historical facts and figures from topics as politics, foreign policy, history, lead up to Iraq war etc.Entered By: Jean Carbonneau
But other reporters continued to hammer Senator McCain with further questions and demands for a new 9/11 investigation. Seemingly frustrated that he could not simply brush off 9/11 truthers, McCain retreated to his SUV where he entertained questions
Three short clips of things Americans never see on TV!
With public opinion on both the President and Iraq war cratering, it's hard to imagine any amount of PR could turn back the tide. But don't tell that to the Pentagon's public affairs division. Ken Silverstein report on the latest effort
In the strictly controlled media world of communist China, "citizen journalism" is beating a way through censorship, breaking taboos and offering a pressure valve for social tensions. In one striking example this month, the Internet was la
Do you see what's coming?... This will help.
In June 2007, Flickr started censoring users in Germany, Hong Kong, Singapore and South Korea.