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Last year, I actually published a blog post here, and on my personal blog, which I titled "MAG: To be or not to be"? And I know folks like Ginger were sad. Okay, so here we go again. And this time, I have had people asking again. So I will do the post and leave it there!
Full name: Nnenna.
Gender: Not male
Here are a few of my own views on the « weird, ironic, and hypocritical nature of Dubai »that I would like to share
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I am reading Ginger's "actions call" for MAG self/nominations. And it is so spirited that I have decided to write down my "thoughts" here as a blog. Will be my third blog of the day.. Looks like I'm in a bloggy mood.. if ever such a word exists.
In reading the scoring, I see that I actually have a "BIG FAT" chance. Here is the way I see it:
1. I will get a 10% for being in Côte d'Ivoire, a country that has yet to be on the MAG
2. I will get another 10% for…Continue
I think I deserve a merited Diplo vacation! Finally, "Social media and networks: what potential is there for policy engagement by citizens in West Africa?" has been published and is now freely available for download on http://www.diplomacy.edu/poolbin.asp?IDPool=1342
I need to say thanks to all you guys who encouraged me on the verryy lloonngg journey.. all the tutors.
Have you heard of the Academy of African languages? The guys over there are seriously looking into the African languages and the cyerspace. I have me a few questions:
Gimme a shout!
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I will be on a panel on "Towards an Online eLearning Network Across African Universities" and I would like to speak briefly on online E-Learning networks that have contributed to the capacity of Africans in one way or the other. This Diplo Internet Governance Community is one I would like to talk about.
So I would like to consult the Africans who have followed the IGCBP. Here are some of the things I would like to know:
How has your online…Continue
2011 appears to be a year of extraordinary mobilizations of the African citizens. I am asking myself to what extent the Internet is "responsible", "guilty", "instrumental" in all of it.
I am taking a look at West Africa. Can what is happening in the Arab region happen here? What roles will Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and LinkedIn play? Who will do what?
I put a survey…Continue
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