Oaxaca Workshops: Digital Tools for the Preservation and Dissemination of Traditional Knowledge

I am honored to be returning to Mexico next week to facilitate a workshop on WordPress and Other Open Source Technologies for the Preservation and Dissemination of Traditional Knowledge. The workshops (mine is one of four) will take place throughout the week in Oaxaca City. If you’re in that neck […]

Technology, ephemera & ICT4D: an interview with Mark Oppenneer of the Ethnos Project

Wouldn’t you know it! Soon after Rachael Petersen joined up with the Ethnos Project, she turned the proverbial microphone on me and conducted a proper interview. I thought I’d post a link from here to the interview posted on Rachael’s site www.globalnativenetworks.com. Cheers, Mark Oppenneer Read the Interview From Rachel’s […]

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Great way to start 2013… the Ethnos Project welcomes a new collaborator, Rachael Petersen

I am excited to announce that Rachael Petersen is now part of the Ethnos Project! Rachael is a 2012-2013 Thomas J. Watson Foundation Fellow investigating indigenous peoples’ use of technology around the world. Her current year-long research has taken her to the Canadian Eastern Arctic and the Ecuadorian Amazon, and […]

Of local interest: The 2011 Saratoga Native American Festival

I rarely if ever wax personal on this blog, but I would like to share news about an upcoming local festival here in Upstate New York called the Saratoga Native American Festival. It has nothing to do with usual Ethnos Project fare like technology and culture or ICT4D – I […]

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