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That capital “I”

This article from Wired is the piece I’ve referred to, on some occasions, making the point about the spelling of the word “internet.” Surely it’s something important, fashionable, exciting and a bit mysterious as well – but that doesn’t justify … Continue reading

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Media law in Hungary – an update

In a not-so-surprising (but still hopeful) turn of events, Hungary’s PM said that he was “open to making amendments to the media law, in case the European Commission deems this necessary.” Another, less formal but – if true – more … Continue reading

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Media law in Hungary

Hungary – my home country – has received quite a bit of media attention lately. A new media law came into effect with the 1st of January, which, critiques claim, abolishes, or at the very least seriously threatens the freedom … Continue reading

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Reblog: the newspaper extinction timeline

This infograph about the expected extinction of print newspapers has been circling the web for some time now, but I figured it’s worth a reblog here too. In case you haven’t seen it: the Future Exploration Network‘s graph takes into … Continue reading

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