Tag Archives: twitter

#08: From Haiti to Pakistan

OK, so I’m a few days late with the whole ‘look back at 2010/look forward to 2011’ blog-post thing. But for my first post of the new year, I can’t help but write some more about the two big natural … Continue reading

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#04: AFP, OGL and CC-A: big questions for photography and the internet

In my previous post about the government of Ecuador declaring a state of emergency via Twitter, I posted some photos of the events there that had been posted on Twitter. Today there are some other interesting stories around copyright, photography, … Continue reading

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#03: Breaking photos and a state of emergency – an evening on Twitter

Ok, so I’ve already wandered off-topic slightly, in that this isn’t strictly about development. But it is very much about a developing story. Earlier this evening, I saw a post on Twitter, from @twitter_es, saying “Presidente de Ecuador declara estado de emergencia en Twitter”.
A quick search of Twitter provided some verification – it did indeed look as though something very much like a military coup was taking place in Quito, the capital of Ecuador Continue reading

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