Human Rights and Information Technology, Doing Well and Doing Good Historically, telephony has been highly regulated while the Internet has not. With the convergence of mobile telephony and the Internet, a host of regulatory and legal frameworks that manage spectrum and protect individual rights are being challenged for inadequacy. In the developed world, governments fighting [...]
Archive for Month December, 2011
Tomato plants stacked 5 high. Potatoes floating in a hydroponic stew of nutrients. The urban farmer.
Urban farming on the next level. Urban farming at least on a small scale is an idea who’s time has come for sure. From Brooklyn to the Bay Area farming in the city has sprouted (sorry) up all over the place. There are even farmers markets I am told that sell only [...]
“For the first time in history, four billion people are connected,” By Juliette Terzieff In 2002, C. K. Prahalad and Stuart L. Hart released their book The Fortune at the Bottom of the Pyramid, a controversial idea on targeting production to impoverished individuals and communities that sparked debates across corporate conference tables in the [...]