Archives for posts with tag: internet
Urgent S.O.S. : #ConnectRefugees
By, Susan Sacirbey via Diplomat Artist Buzz
It’s 2016, and in the age of interconnectivity and mobile phones, refugees should not be relying on sending out an S.O.S. via – “Message in a Bottle” as in the 1979 Police hit.
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The Future of Music: The Language of Diplomacy
By, Montclair Student Diplomat Mike Ott via Huffington Post
Through the combination of diplomacy & technology we are becoming a more integrated society. Music is the proof & leading language used to help keep us mixing and interacting with each other and each other’s content. — Read More —

Montclair Student Diplomat, JP Conques, & his political blog on Huffington Post, explains  why he fears that simply defeating Trump at the ballot box will not be enough to stem the tide of emboldened racism & bigotry that seems to have affected our society at large. — Read More —

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/montclair-diplomats/the-trump-effect_b_9775414.html

 
By, Ambassador Muhamed Sacirbey
Social network Facebook has evolved into large groups where people from diverse demographics & geography come together as online communities, global town halls. Some of these communities could be gatherings of sports fans, music’s big & rising artists, human rights & animal rights activists. — MORE —

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From Diplomat Artist Buzz: The buzz on #DigitalDiplomacy, academia, & the global citizen. — More —
http://diplomatartist.com/university-un-look-to-future-together/

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From Diplomat Artist Buzz: To what extent though, could also the risk be coming from too much regulation and implicit efforts to control/censor substance as well as manage efficiency? –MORE–
http://diplomatartist.com/does-globe-need-more-radiocommunication-regulations/

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From Diplomat Artist Buzz: “Broadband Internet is failing to reach those who could benefit most, with Internet access reaching near-saturation in world’s rich nations but not advancing fast enough to benefit billions of people living in developing world.” -MORE-

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http://diplomatartist.com/no-internet-for-majority-of-globalcitizens/