Articles in the presentation/lecture/talk Category
”What makes America exceptional are the bonds that hold together the most diverse nation on earth. The belief that our destiny is shared; that this country only works when we accept certain obligations to one another and to future generations. The freedom which so many Americans have fought for and died for come with responsibilities as well as rights. And among those are love and charity and duty and patriotism. That’s what makes America great” (Obama, 7 Nov 2012).
Beyond the election itself, echoing Howard Fineman, I agree that today’s result “signaled …
Please find below the slideshow of my presentation at the International Communication Association conference in Phoenix, May 26th, 2012.
I realize that the slideshow itself is very visual and has very little explanation, so it’s impossible to understand/know what I was talking about by just looking at it.
I’ll share the content of my presentation later once once the paper is published.
To summarize, the paper explores and analyzes the significance of contemporary media ecology (includes big and small media, old and new, mainstream & ‘social’ media, national-transnational-global media) in to the establishment …
Below is my presentation for the Making Sense of the Occupy Movement panel at ASU Tempe, Nov 30th, 2011, 12-1:30pm.
I wish to post a written version of my commentary or a summary of this presentation… unfortunately I had injured my right hand (wrist) that makes it kinda painful to type. It’ll take sometime for me to be back to normal.
#occupy: can we copy & paste a movement? on Prezi
As part of my work with the Ford Foundation, I wrote this essay/report: @crossroads: Democratization and Corporatization of Media in Indonesia. The title says it all. If you want to know more, you can download it here.
And below is the presentation I gave on the same topic at the Ford Foundation office in Jakarta.
@crossroads on Prezi
Will be webcasted online here: http://www.ustream.tv/channel/cspo
Excerpt from http://asunews.asu.edu/20110325_onlineactivism
Online activism in the Middle East did not begin in Tahrir Square on January 25, but has been evolving for many years. In this lecture, “Revolution 2.0: Social media and political changes in Egypt and beyond,” CSPO’s Merlyna Lim will chronicle how the Internet, including social media, facilitated the emergence of new networks of opposition to the ruling regime in Egypt, and how such networks and their converging narratives were translated into coordinated mass actions that led to a relatively peaceful overthrow of a …