“I’ll probably ditch my newspaper subscriptions in the coming year and just rely on online news, even for sources I have to pay for. There’s a lot of environmental benefits in that … but that’s not why I’m doing it.”
“Unfortunately the lights won’t be on the office christmas tree but on the monitors, photocopiers, fax machines, phone rechargers and PCs that will be left on standby or, worse, turned on, throughout the break.”
A New Jersey student participating in a “happy slapping” incident was charged with “possessing a remotely activated recording device on school grounds.” But could this be a future legal problem for citizen journalism?
Ethan Zuckerman: “New tools like blogs, video and photo sharing can make it possible to have a far deeper, more intimate view of life in other parts of the world… but only if we bother to look for these views.”
Update: If you are reading this, why are you online at all, asks Stephen Tomkins of the BBC. Are you an addict?