Here comes everybody: The Web and Social Action

17 Sep

On Friday, September 17th, the bloggers behind Publish First.Ask Later hit the streets of New York to interview several willing and unsuspecting participants. We asked questions regarding the effect of social media, it’s impact on politics, and how technology influences the way we view information.


One Response to “Here comes everybody: The Web and Social Action”

  1. Brenna Foster September 20, 2010 at 10:22 pm #

    I especially like the point the Argentinian man makes about social media in the developing world. Sometimes there is a lot of hype about how Twitter and Facebook are going to change the way that people everywhere connect to one another, but lack of accessible internet in poorer countries is still a huge factor. He is right, it is really only the rich in those countries that are benefiting from these social tools.

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