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Archive for July 2007

Teaching Teachers

July 31, 2007

Ronn Waters talks about helping teachers to use technology in the classroom read more | digg story Advertisements

Web 2.0 Tools Changing the Scope of This Blog

July 31, 2007

You may have noticed that You Tube videos and news stories on convergence have become prominent in this publication in the last two posts. This is because of the research that was developed by me during the dissertation process from my subjects and the literature. Web 2.0 tools such as blogs and social media tools […]

Google’s battle for wireless spectrum

July 31, 2007

An upcoming Federal Communications Commission spectrum auction is once again pitting search giant Google against the largest phone companies in the country in a public policy battle that could determine how Americans access the Internet in the future. read more | digg story

“ArtCrimes: Graffiti’s Life in Baltimore” (FULL DOCUMENTARY)

July 31, 2007

A documentary about the graffiti culture in Baltimore, Maryland. Directed By Justin Nethercut. read more | digg story

The Music Industry Vs. Apple: Here We Go Again With Another Music Industry Mistake!

July 5, 2007

Every time it appears that the music industry has embraced convergence technologies and its potential to make money under a new business model, the music industry takes three steps backwards. Why in the world would Universal Viviendi decide to terminate its agreement with Apple to sell digital music online at the iTunes Store? Once again […]

iPhone Sells More Than 500, 000 Units In Three Days

July 2, 2007

As I wrote in my last post, the iPhone would change the mobile handset market with it introduction of the first true convergence device that incorporates massively adopted computer and digital media platforms with the telephone. Initially, Asian handset manufacturers such as Samsung which actually makes components for the iPhone did not appeared too concerned […]