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Mapping electoral fraud in Zimbabwe

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Here’s another great story from Ethan Zukerman on how political activists are using technology to balance the advantage of the organized state. I think that’s what Clay Shirky means by here comes everybody.

… All this is useful context in considering the project that activist organization Sokwanele announced today: a Googlemaps mashup of election-rigging incidents. Each icon on the map corresponds to a media report of an incident that controvenes SADC standards for a free and fair election. Clicking on an icon will take you to the issue of Sokwanele’

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Written by yishaym

March 27, 2008 at 6:04 pm

The Cute Cat Theory

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Ethan Zuckerman’s notes from his talk at ETech. Including pictures of cats, youtube freedom of speech virals, government monitoring googlemap mashups, and a lot of stuff to think about – whether you’re a political activists, technological startupist, or just want LOLCats to rul da wrrld.

Read it. save it. spread the word.

(also on the WorldChanging blog)


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