Monday, May 31, 2010

Last post

And so, DOTCOM is now finished. Officially, but no one said anything about unofficial part :-) But, however, thanks to all for such a great program, experience and friends. I miss you all and I'll remember all you forever. Keep in touch and be sure, we'll meet one day!!! Love and miss all of you! Go DOTCOM!!!
 

P.S. New DOTCOM is just beginning ;)

Thursday, April 8, 2010

"Social media for social change" idea

How do you see YOUR use of social media tools supporting concrete social change?

Now I'm thinking about this question and the first thing that comes to my mind is... is DOTCOM!!! And yeah, that's the best example of the use of social media for social change. Me and all the DOTCOM group is a real result of hard and interesting work of PH, Rob and everyone else. And this is also my personal experience and work. So what can I do??? I can say I did several things with DOTCOM, but in future I think it's possible to write a programm like DOTCOM in Armenia. A smaller one and not only for youth, but also for older people and maybe children. I think that my become a really powerful project!!!

Saturday, March 20, 2010

Social Media for Social Change Conference



20 days until Social Media for Social Change Conference
Leaders from the world of technology, politics, government, journalism, blogging, and social activism will share how they’re using social media to enhance civic engagement, improve transparency in the media, and foster open governance. The two-day conference will offer morning keynotes, afternoon breakout sessions and a panel discussion at the end of each day. The topics we'll be focusing on include:

• Youth and Social Media as Agents of Change
• Citizen Journalism and Conflict: Tweeting for Peace
• The Power of Mobile Journalism
• Redesigning Government for Transparency and Participation
• Traditional Media vs. New Media in Nondemocratic Societies
• The State of the Blogosphere
• Social Media's Role in Global Diplomacy
• Addressing the Social Media Literacy Gap
• Social Networks and Social Revolutions