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July 11, 2010

Here's Proof from GRITtv: No One Understands How to Use Social Media including the News Media




Farai Chideya, the former host of NPR News and Notes and social media expert joins in on a discussion on GRIT TV on the topics of participatory media, privacy concerns, the iPad, Net Neutrality and more. At the heart of the discussion is the question of how Twitter and Facebook are injecting our personal lives and values into the public space and forcing the doors wide open for potential change. Huh? Exactly.

Of course you know what Twitter and Facebook are, but you may not know what Net Neutrality is?


Neither do we ...But check out this example of you having limited access to certain sites on the Internet.

Most of you can listen to V-103's CBS Radio Internet stream by clicking onto the link, but not if you live in the U.K., China, India or anywhere else outside of the U.S.A.

However you can only view these Erykah Badu videos if you live outside of America.

Is that right?

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