Wanted Sign by the FBI.

Last week we witnessed the worst in mankind: terrorist attacks in Boston. A frantic search for the culprits began right after the bombings, but this time something was different, leading to a fast capture of the involved.

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Tech world is in turmoil. Girl goes to a convention, doesn’t like what she hears, exposes guys, guy gets fired, strong Internet reactions, girl gets fired. So, what happened in the Adria Richards’ case? Was that the right course of action for a woman in tech? Let’s see… Read More

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Online Petition at White House – Closing the Digital Divide

by Caetano Notari March 14, 2013 Digital Inclusion
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When I started this blog, I wanted a place where we could share ideas and get support from each other. One of my readers started a petition in the White House website, and I am hereby supporting her on this effort.

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Free Internet by Google?

by Caetano Notari January 31, 2013 Digital Inclusion
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If you want to see something adopted massively in a remarkably short period, you should look into the mobile arena. There are over 6.4 billion subscriptions globally, almost one per inhabitant in the planet, and the numbers keep growing every month. In May 2012, more than 10% of the global Web page-views came from mobile devices. It is growing globally, but how can we speed up the process? 

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Crowdsourcing and the online fundraising revolution

by Caetano Notari December 13, 2012 Digital Inclusion
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Creativity has always been the driving force for mankind, but transforming ideas into reality was something that only a few could achieve. Raising funds was usually a nightmare: long hours talking on phone, endless meetings and meager results. But now this is changing.

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Preserving our heritage – the digital way

by Caetano Notari November 30, 2012 Digital Inclusion
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Mankind’s evolution is closely tied to the language development, in various shapes and forms. Nowadays, over 7.000 languages are spoken globally, but the majority will disappear in the next centuries. So, how can we preserve this immense culture? 

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Oppa Gangnam Style – the online phenomenon shows the power of the Internet

by Caetano Notari November 9, 2012 Digital Inclusion
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Analyzing the behavior of the younger generations, and how they use the online world, is critical for understanding the long-term trends of any industry. What is happening with the music world is making a lot of executives uneasy.

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Working from home, a blessing to employees and the environment

by Caetano Notari October 25, 2012 Digital Inclusion
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One of the benefits of a solid Internet / Telecommunication infrastructure is the ability to work remotely. More and more companies are incorporating this possibility as a benefit to their employees, and it makes sense.

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Free online classes in Brazil get a boost from e-Aulas USP

by Caetano Notari October 11, 2012 Digital Inclusion
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As I mentioned before, Kahn Academy is one of the leading initiatives in spreading knowledge. Free and available in several languages, it continues to grow in popularity, and now we see several other initiatives like it appearing in different countries.

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Social Good Summit – Technology helping mankind

by Caetano Notari September 27, 2012 Digital Inclusion
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This month we had a notable event, the Social Good Summit in New York. Held during the UN Week, it was brought to us by Mashable, 92nd Street Y, The United Nations Foundation, Ericsson, the United Nations Development Programme and The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. The main idea was remarkably close to this blog: how to use technology in innovative ways to solve some of the world’s most complex and pressing issues.

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