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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/
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New York Philharmonic Performs Arirang in Pyongyang
Concert as a normalizing of relations between the two peoples
31
The concert was in fact a remarkable event, remarkable because it made normal what should be normal. Why shouldn't there... >>more
2008.02.27
US Military's Research Arm Turns 50
The Advanced Research Projects Agency, basic research, and the Internet
32
Since it can be argued that important achievements of ARPA-supported research include the Internet of today, and other s... >>more
2008.02.12
Security Council Fails to Act on Gaza Crisis
'The silence is deafening,' says Indonesia's UN Ambassador
33
The Security Council had spent a week struggling to agree on a non-binding Presidential statement in response to the Isr... >>more
2008.02.07
Israel-Palestine Conflict and the UN Secretary General
Alvaro De Soto's report provides needed perspective
34
De Soto describes several important events which provided a basis for a change in the role the UN could play in the situ... >>more
2008.01.27
Netizens Censored in South Korean Presidential Election
Harsh new election rule prevented online discussion and debate
35
The netizens in South Korea were silenced. The NEC cracked down on and forbid writing on blogs and in online posts givin... >>more
2007.12.24
New York Philharmonic Accepts North Korea Invitation
Concert to help show the way music can unite people
36
One concern the orchestra had was whether the concert would contribute to the success of the multinational six-party tal... >>more
2007.12.13
Berlin Comes to New York City
2007 Berlin in Lights Carnegie Hall Festival
37
While the events in New York in November 2007 presented a sampling and tribute to the culture of Berlin, this year's eve... >>more
2007.11.28
Framing the Narrative on Iran's Use of Nuclear Energy
Iran claims enrichment; U.S. government suspicious
38
It appears that some nations like the U.S. who already have the capability to do nuclear enrichment are acting in a way ... >>more
2007.11.19
UN Passes Resolution Supporting Inter-Korean Summit
Document A/62/L4 entitled 'Peace, security and reunification on the Korean peninsula'
39
Yemen and Germany spoke about the difficulties they had experienced as divided nations, and offered whatever support the... >>more
2007.11.01
'One Laptop Per Child' Program Presented at UN
Will it help to spread the Internet to all?
40
Negroponte spoke about how the laptop would be connected to the Internet so it should not be seen as a laptop program bu... >>more
2007.10.26
North Korea Addresses UN 62nd Session
UN officials express their support for inter-Korean summit
41
Choe told the United Nations General Assembly that the principle of "words for words and actions for actions" was the ba... >>more
2007.10.04
On the Status of the Six Party Talks
'It's never been an easy sell in Washington,' says Chris Hill
42
By Dec. 31, Hill said North Korea agreed to disable its Nyongbyon nuclear facilities. Also by that date, there was an ag... >>more
2007.10.04
Russia Today Satellite TV in English, Arabic
Event held by Russian mission during General Assembly opening
43
RT was created by young professionals who were also conscious of the media market. The stories chosen are based on the n... >>more
2007.09.30
The Reality Behind the Events of 9/11
[Book Review] 'Conspiracies, Conspiracy Theories and the Secrets of 9/11'
44
For German readers of Telepolis, the events of Sept. 11 and the ensuing activities of the U.S. government at home and ab... >>more
2007.09.11
UN's Iraq Bombing Survivors Hold Memorial Service
Concern expressed about its expanded role in Iraq
45
The yearly commemoration was held by the survivors and family members of those who died in the August 19, 2003 bombing o... >>more
2007.08.22
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