... and thereby how academics with the new media may be affecting the world.This is Charli Carpenter's video presentation for the International Relations Association conference, and it is well worth the nine minutes you would have to invest in it. Aside from being fascinating in its own right, the comments about flattening the hierarchy of information and blurring the boundaries between the personal, the professional, and the political, are insights that are keenly relevant to the current Delaware political process.
260 media figures from 40 countries recently attended the World Association of Newspapers and News Publishers' International E-Reading and Tablets Conference to come up with ways to make tablets work for news media. Join the convers... Read Post
Charli Carpenter and I have a co-authored a paper in the August 2010 issue of International Studies Perspectives entitled, "International Relations 2.0: The Implications of New Media for an Old Profession." It's on the effect that ... Read Post