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A to Z of Web 2.0 for Social Change: D

D for Delicious, but it is not something to eat. Delicious is one of the most popular social bookmarking websites. It allows you to save your bookmarks on their website and tag them. Why use Delicious: With Delicious you can access your bookmarks from anywhere, and this is a big advantage over browser based bookmarks. […]

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A to Z of Web 2.0 for Social Change: C

C for Collaboration: which is the teamwork for a common goal. It’s the structured process of sharing of planning, making decisions, solving problems, working together cooperatively. The Internet offers great tools for online collaboration, and the Web 2.0 is a natural platform for efficient and effective online collaboration. Online Collaboration connects distributed teams and makes […]

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A to Z of Web 2.0 for Social Change: B

This is the second post in our Web 2.0 for Social Change series.B for blogging: A blog is a simple website used to keep a “log” of events, thoughts, and opinions online easily, even if you are not a web programmer. Blogs usually combine text, images, and videos; list items in reverse chronology—new items first; […]

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Another point of view about blogging in Lebanon

A blog post by Nash Suleiman of Visions Projection about Wednesday’s SMEx social hour on blogging and alternative media in Lebanon ended like this: Arab meetings in general consist of meeting up and talking, then forming a committee to analyze that discussion which in return will pass it to another group to approve the talks […]

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