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Social Media in Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

As my previous post suggested, I have a special interest in the Middle East– and my passion for new media is pretty self evident if you take a look at other links on this page. That’s why I was especially interested in the video the IDF posted on YouTube of Israeli commandos being beaten as they boarded a Turkish relief vessel.

>One result of the democratization of media is that governments can use the same distribution channels as any other individual actor for distributing information. Social media can be deployed as a weapon in the war of information.


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The past, present, and future of making the WordPress Editor work for editors

Presented originally in 2017 at WordCamp Baltimore and adapted for this weekend’s WordCamp Lancaster.


The people you meet at WordCamp

Last weekend I presented at WordCamp Lancaster and had a great time. When I did this last time, I wrote about driving route 30 (the historic Lincoln Highway), but this year I wanted to spotlight a few other attendees, as it’s the people that make WordCamp worth attending. And really, it’s the people that make WordPress and other open source communities so special.


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