Tag Archives: Neo-Liberalism

OLPC Linkfest

I’m still giving Diigo.com a try, so this is partly an excuse to try out the “send to blog” feature.
These are selected links to blogposts and articles about issues related to the One Laptop Per Child project, with my embedded annotations.


Acknowledging Africa’s Innovative Spirit

Good news! (Though a bit late. Got the link through a thoughtful pitch by a Radio Open Source commentator.)

Next month’s TEDGlobal conference will be in Tanzania!

TED | TED Conferences | TEDGlobal 2007 | Program

Not only do I really enjoy the TED Conference presentations (available as podcasts and streamed videos) but I think the organisers grok something important about the world in which we live. TED Conferences actually go much beyond the fields of “Technology, Entertainment, and Design” that gave them their name.

Of course, TED still follows a U.S.-centric model, inspired by commercial neo-liberalism and innovation with direct practical results. But as these things go, TED participants are “thinking outside the box” more actively than many of their colleagues.