Raymond Izarny is a blogging priest. He is 88 years old and has kept his own blog, ‘cybercuré’ meaning ‘cyber priest’ for the past 10 years. The site draws over 1 million visitors per year. But although this retired priest is an innovator, there have been great changes on the Catholic web since…
In a bid to silence them, activists in China are being sent to psychiatric hospitals. The anti-government protest movement continues in Syria, despite the repression. And a web documentary about Burkina Faso.
Children also have their part to play in the Libyan revolution. American citizens inspired by the death of Osama Bin Laden. And web users can express their solidarity with victims of the Marrakech bomb attack online.
Web users discuss military intervention in Syria. Online reactions to Wikileaks’ revelations on Guantanamo Bay prison. And the City of London encourages its residents to take action for a cleaner city.
Syrian singers join the protest movement against Bashar al-Assad's regime. Online support for artist and activist Ai Weiwei, who is being held in China. And a site where web users can help others by testing their own knowledge.
Libyan cyber activists share accounts of the ongoing fighting in Misrata. Online reports of the role played by women in Yemen’s anti-government protests. And a group of US soldiers serving in Afghanistan take on a Britney Spears track.
Maryse may be 68 years old, but she keeps up with the times, and the Internet is a must. Maryse is a silver surfer. Contrary to what people might think, 30 % of web users are over fifty, that’s 11 million people.
Unrest continues in Syria despite the brutal repression. Republican candidates are getting ready for the 2012 US Presidential Election. And the entire Adolf Eichmann trial is now available to view on YouTube.
Muammar Gaddafi is the subject of many online cartoons. Web users in India continue their campaign against corruption. And the nominations for the Webby Awards, the Oscars of the Internet, have been released online.