Your Underwear is Showing, but it’s Hot! @jianghomeshi

The privacy debate continued yesterday on CBC’s the Q: Social Media – what does it mean for the confidentiality of your personal information?  People consciously choose to share opinions, pictures, employment, interests and more on Facebook, Twitter, FourSquare and the like.  This isn’t at all bad; given that those sharing have nothing to hide and/or […]

New Development on Hastings Street Deterring Street Crowd? Works for New Media Too!

In his Spacing Vancouver article, Andrew Cuthbert showcases the effect of new developments on the Downtown East Side of Hastings Street.  The map shows a clear relation in old buildings with bars on the windows as hot-spots for the Hastings Street-Community.  New buildings see less traffic and loitering – this is what having/not-having social media can […]

Social Media to STOP Sexual Harassment in Libya & Egypt

Stripped of their clothes, stripped of virginity, stripped of identity: over 500 girls and counting have been harassed, some even arrested then raped, tortured, locked-up, by police and security officers, rendering them emotionally and psychologically lifeless in their hometown.  It is a form of murder, especially for those who can’t speak up for the fear. […]