Notes from the eCampaigning forum 2008

I’m at the e-cam­paign­ing forum in Oxford, where prac­ti­tion­ers of online activism meet to share their light­hous­es and ship­wrecks, talk about ways to use email, web, Twit­ter, Face­book and Myspace for our social and envi­ron­men­tal agen­das, gaze at the hori­zon to try and guess the next big trends and, most impor­tant­ly, bond over our com­mon … Con­tin­ue read­ing “Notes from the eCam­paign­ing forum 2008”

Greenpeace in a repressive regime

Fish Yu gave us some great insights into com­put­er use in Chi­na and the Green­peace cam­paign again­st dis­pos­able chop­sticks there. And James Stewart’s excep­tion­al live­blog­ging skills cap­tured the whole thing. Now, how big a prob­lem are dis­pos­able chop­sticks, you might ask. Well, when you make 67 BILLION of them every year for one-time use, that’s … Con­tin­ue read­ing “Green­peace in a repres­sive regime”