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The Sudden Death and Modern Myth of a Cyberculture Heroine

The Sudden Death and Modern Myth of a Cyberculture Heroine

Neda Agha-Soltan was a young Iranian living in a country that denied its women an abundance of civil rights.

When the Internet Goes Bad

When the Internet Goes Bad

“It’s just like being victimized all over again.”- Previously kidnapped, Lisa Gesik talking about inmates having access to social networking sites while in jail.

Interview With a YouTube Partner: SmashTVCanada | CyberCulture

Interview With a YouTube Partner: SmashTVCanada | CyberCulture

I sat down and chatted with Jason Goss, one of the partners behind SmashTVCanada. He gave me some insights into being involved with YouTube.

Your Technology’s IQ May Not Be So Smart | CYBERCULTURE

Your Technology’s IQ May Not Be So Smart | CYBERCULTURE

In a society today, it is hard to find someone who is not toting around a cell phone or hand held device. The more that technology flourishes, the more susceptible we become to upgrading our phones and devices…

Mother and daughter hidden without social media

Mother and daughter hidden without social media

In a region of Afghanistan where cyberculture and mobile phones have been permanently banned, two women were brutally murdered outside the family’s home. No one made an effort to come to their aid or report the incident to local police.

Steve Jobs | Book Review

Steve Jobs | Book Review

This official biography was written by Walter Isaacson, who also authored the bestselling biographies of Albert Einstein and Benjamin Franklin. Isaacson compiled information over more than 200 interviews from Jobs, family, co-workers, and friends and the resulting Steve Jobs was released by Simon & Schuster in late 2011.

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