Month: March 2009

  • links for 2009-03-20

    Blown to Bits » Blog Archive » MIT Adopts an Open-Access Policy

  • Mapping China's international internet business

    At Mobinode, Piet Walraven has published the results of some research into Chinese internet companies forming partnerships with overseas entities, and there’s a map. Walraven describes the map: It is a summary of all overseas operations organized in two categories: ‘partnerships, licensing, and co-production’ and ‘self operated or wholly owned overseas initiatives’. Through these two…

  • Admiring the Periodic Table of Typefaces

    I’m not sure where I came across this, but as someone who loves type and can never remember the names of the ones I like, I’ve found this very helpful. Not to mention attractive. Check out the hi-res version. Now if only someone could do this with Chinese and Japanese faces, I would be ecstatic.…

  • links for 2009-03-13

    Rising Voices » New Citizen Media Projects Foster Rising Voices in Ivory Coast, Liberia, China, Mongolia, and Yemen (tags: china media blogging risingvoices globalvoices)

  • links for 2009-03-12

    Real Time Rome (tags: research mit map visualization mobile) CORRESPONDENCE: A New Era of Corruption? Benkler: "I largely agree with Starr in his prediction of the effects of media diversification and competition on the traditional model of most regional newspapers in the United States. I am less persuaded that the effects will indeed be so…