Category Archives: Web Content

Involuntary Transparency 2014

Four years ago, I blogged about the concept of involuntary transparency, coined in a Forbes article on WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange. It amounts to the age-old act of leaking confidential information, amplified by digital technology that immortalizes damning content, facilitates … Continue reading

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Do-It-Yourself Media Mogul News Release

Congratulations! You’re a media mogul. (Surprised?) Find below a do-it-yourself news release that explains this major announcement. Fill in the blanks with your information and enjoy mogul-dom! NEWS RELEASE: [Fill in name of your organization or yourself] Announced as Media … Continue reading

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The Arab Spring Becomes the Chinese Summer

In the “Arab Spring,” people in the Middle East have used social media to counter autocrats. A similar scenario is unfolding in China as an increasingly wired citizenry circumvents government-controlled media and information releases. The July 23 collision of two … Continue reading

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