Technological Emergence

Communicating Technology

Christopher Cocchiarella

Pragmatic ICTs for Technical Communication: Aesthetic and Ethical Experiences in Business Philosophy

Introduction: meaning business Summary: In this article, my goal is to reflect philosophically on the uses of Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) in technical communication, which is partly a reflection on my professional experience. This inquiry will be empirically grounded in institutional economics advocated by John Kenneth Galbraith, and it will be philosophically aligned with the pragmatist tradition following John Dewey.

Remy Mwamb, Analyste Independant

Réflexion Sur L'utilisation du Téléphone Cellulaire

A. Historique De prime abord le téléphone été créer très longtemps pour servir à l'homme en établissant une relation entre l'EMETEUR qui est séparer à l'endroit de réception qu'on appelé dans le langage communicationnelle LE RECEPTEUR de cette relation on établis le feed-back, déjà vers les années 80 le téléphone cellulaire il servait déjà dans le pays développé, car il couté très cher pour les pays en voix de développement ; en République Démocratique du Congo , particulièrement à Lubumbashi, le phone cellulaire est apparut en fin du deuxième millénaire , la premier société a s'installer est : SOGETEL une

Raoni Rajão

Aid Work and Technology in Kenya

While browsing on the Internet I came across a blog that posted a selection of the 45 most powerful images f 2011 ( As expected the list included pictures illustrating some of the most significative events of the year, such as the10th anniversary of 9/11 and the earthquake and tsunami in Japan. But towards the end of the list, in position 38, I saw a picture with the following caption "An aid worker using an iPad captures an image of a dead cow's decomposing carcass in Wajir near the Kenya-Somalia border on July 23". The Reuters' photographer that took the

Renata Avila, Hazel Feigenblatt, Rebekah Heacock, Nathaniel Heller

Global Mapping of Technology for Transparency and Accountability

As internet and mobile phone use increases, technology is transforming the field of transparency and accountability making it an increasingly dynamic space across the globe. Technology is helping to improve citizen participation in decision-making and producing new ways of identifying public service challenges through processes such as 'data mashing'.

David Gruber

Neuro Tracker

Neuro Tracker graphs real-time discussions about the neurosciences happening on Twitter. The project is designed to demonstrate the influence of the neurosciences on a multitude of social issues and to allow users to stay up-to-date on a fast-changing neuro-news landscape. By watching the graphs grow, users can get a sense of how often words like "cognition" and "neuroscience" are mentioned on Twitter at each moment, and by clicking on the bar graphs, users can read the individual tweets. The project also automatically displays a real-time stream of tweets about the brain, highlighting the word's prominence.

Bernadette Longo

Cell Phones, Social Dynamics, Participatory Research in the DR Congo (and Beyond)

As mobile devices become lighter and more affordable and wireless access continues to expand on campus and around the globe, people are keeping their mobiles as constant companions. Mobiles store vast amounts of data and give us instant access to news, information, entertainment, and social interaction.