Photos from Tunis, via Flikr

In cyberspace

There's something subversive and amazingly workable about this collaborative style of collating and sharing information. APC's group-blogs in English, French and Spanish are one example. But an even better one is this Flickr.com tags for WSIS which has already crossed 750 photographs in all. Thanks to APC's Karen Higgs for pointing it out to me, when she wrote: "Some of the photos are great and all I could see under href="http://www.creativecommons.org">CreativeCommons.org (licence)." Creative Commons is a nonprofit organization that offers flexible copyright licenses for creative works.
There's something subversive and amazingly workable about this collaborative style of collating and sharing information. APC's group-blogs in English, French and Spanish are one example.

But an even better one is this Flickr tags for WSIS which has already crossed 750 photographs in all. Thanks to APC's Karen Higgs for pointing it out to me, when she wrote: "Some of the photos are great and all I could see under href="http://www.creativecommons.org">CreativeCommons.org (licence)."

Creative Commons is a nonprofit organization that offers flexible copyright licenses for creative works.

And then, our friend and APC member in Australia, Andrew Garton, had this comment href="http://rights.apc.org.au/wsis/2005/11/apc_news_wsis.php">posted on the apc.au.ict rights monitor. It said: "APC are covering WSIS live from Tunis in English, French and Spanish. RSS feeds also available. The stories you won't see in the press and certainly not the Tunisian press from what we're told."

Thanks for the generous comment Andy. Just a reminder to everyone, your views and links about the WSIS@Tunis are indeed most welcome. Just remember to keep it in blog format (which means avoid long articles, have a lot of links) and make sure your post is WSIS-related. Somehow.

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