These days the World Wide Web looks a lot like Antarctica's Larsen B Ice Shelf -- a large, open mass disintegrating at the edges because of human interference.
With the World Wide Web increasingly constrained by anti-net neutrality, cyberspying and corporate ownership, it's refreshing to see another web rise up as an even more decentralized alternative.
Tahrir Square in Egypt has become not only an arena for local and global activists to defend but also an electronic symbol, regularly conveyed worldwide, of another world struggling to be born.
J. Maureen Henderson
If networking is the holy grail of job hunting, what happens to young job seekers without a network?
Unbeknownst to most Canadians, cable companies and local community groups have been wrestling for control over community channel assets.