Hosted by the Yes Lab with intense and sometimes ferocious talking and debating about contemporary social movements, social media, and the ideology of horizontality. Video presentation NYU
Article published on openDemocracy While the new social movements of the 70s and 80, and after them the anti-globalisation movement made a point of being a minority, contemporary movements make claim to representing the majority of the people. http://www.opendemocracy.net/paolo-gerbaudo/not-fearing-to-be-liked-majoritarianism-of-contemporary-protest-culture
Video of my book presentation at the MIT Center for Civic Media
Tweets and the Streets is now officially out! You can download the Introduction + Table of Content here I am really looking forward to hearing what readers think of the book. You can either post comments to this post or contact me privately via email by using the contact page.
Here is an interesting piece by Shiar Youssef on Corporate Watch on the impact of social media on contemporary activism in which I happen to be quoted! http://www.corporatewatch.org/?lid=4439