A to Z of Web 2.0 for Social Change: F

F for Facebook: Facebook is a social network to connect people and help facilitate communication and information sharing among its huge base of members. It is a very popular social network worldwide. Facebook’s initial purpose is not for the promotion of activism and social change. However, non-profit organizations can leverage facebook’s popularity and increase membership […]

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A to Z of Web 2.0 for Social Change: E

E for E-Democracy: E-Democracy is one of the main Web 2.0 characteristics, and it is presented in different technologies, mainly reviews and ratings. E-Democracy allows people to cast their votes and opinions about websites, blogs, products and services. Even Google algorithm took this trend into consideration, when they considered the inbound links to certain websites […]

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Web 2.0 Interview on RadioScope!

We hope that you switched to 100.9 and 101.3 on the FM dial and heard our chat with Rania Youness on Radioscope earlier today on the morning show. We discussed RSS feeds and aggregators–really simple syndication or rich site summary: a web feed that you can use to syndicate frequently updated content from blogs and […]

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