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Ronda Hauben is a researcher, writer and freelance journalist, who has spent the past 14 years studying, writing and participating in online media. Along with Michael Hauben, she wrote 'Netizens: On the History and Impact of Usenet and the Internet' which is a pioneering study of the history and social impact of Internet. A print edition of Netizens appeared in 1997 in English and also in Japanese. The book was put online in 1994. The url for the online version is: http://www.columbia.edu/~hauben/netbook/
No. Article Date
Historical Plays Highlight Abuse of Power
JFK assassination, Shakespeare's Richard II on stage in New York
61
The play focuses on the struggle against segregation by the growing Civil Rights movement in the U.S. in the early 1960s... >>more
2006.09.18
A New Yorker's View of 9/11
The mass murder of that day led to a period of political trauma for America
62
@PODCAST@I went to a local religious service a few days after the tragedy. The religious leader said that people wanted ... >>more
2006.09.11
Welcoming OhmyNews Japan
Netizens in Japan take a new step forward
63
OhmyNews Japan will instead have a policy of "'political and ideological neutrality' in order to fit the socio-political... >>more
2006.08.28
Cit-J and Its Place in Journalism
A reply to Nicholas Lemann's New Yorker article
64
Lemann is also the Dean of the Columbia University Journalism School. Given these credentials one might expect a serious... >>more
2006.08.22
'Reach Deep Into the Soul of the Listener'
An interview with musician and conductor Alexander Frey
65
I always loved conducting. As a little boy I used to conduct in front of the stereo. Some of the finest orchestras in th... >>more
2006.08.17
Bloggers Are 'Canaries' in Political Coal Mines
On the role of blogs in the recent Senate primary victory
66
While much of the mainstream media in the U.S. greeted Lamont's victory over Lieberman with varying degrees of shock or ... >>more
2006.08.14
Citizen Journalism, Past and Future
My experience at the 2006 OhmyNews Citizen Reporters' Forum
67
Ramzy Baroud discussed the need for online media to provide a public sphere to oppose globalization and the crimes of gl... >>more
2006.08.07
New Yorkers Condemn War, Not Israel
Protest in support of Lebanese people
68
The demonstration was sponsored by several groups in the Arab community including the Arab Muslim American Federation an... >>more
2006.07.30
4 U.N. Peacekeepers Killed in Lebanon
Kofi Annan condemns deaths as 'deliberate'
69
Each time the U.N. observers contacted the Israeli military and were assured that the attacks would stop. Instead, howev... >>more
2006.07.27
Netizens Are Critical to Citizen Journalism
[Citizen Reporters in Their Own Words] Ronda Hauben from the U.S.
70
@PODCAST@When leaving the forum last year I remember having a conversation with one of the citizen reporters. She said s... >>more
2006.07.11
New Yorkers Decry Israel's Gaza Strip Attack
Letter delivered to U.N. asking for protection for Palestinian people
71
"My heart hurts to see the collective punishment of the Israeli military against the people living in Gaza. To me it is ... >>more
2006.07.07
Powerful Interests Stifle Innovation
Government, business conspire to kill electric car technology
72
The EV1 proved not only a viable technology but also a joy to the drivers. Yet, by 2006, all the cars, with the exceptio... >>more
2006.07.05
Internet a Place for Debating, Creating Democracy
A model for democracy, a role for citizen journalism
73
I want to propose that critical to the development of citizen journalism is a commitment to critique the political passi... >>more
2006.06.27
Citizen Journalism and Lessons from Watergate
The role of investigative reporting in unraveling scandal
74
June 17, 2006 was the 34th anniversary of the break-in at the headquarters of the Democratic National Committee at the W... >>more
2006.06.20
When Secret Government Is Called 'Democracy'
New York events shine spotlight on U.S. invasion of Iraq
75
The portrait of Bush in the play, instead, presents Bush as more intelligent than the characterization usually presented... >>more
2006.06.12
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