Archive for the 'OneWebDay' Category

The Web for ALL – Bring the Power

Tweet The 3rd Annual One Web Day is less than two weeks away. In preparation for the event on September 22nd, I would like to share this online testimonial discussing the importance of bridging the digital divide and empowering Internet users to play a role in defining the future of this unbounded technology. Submitted by […]

OneWebDay: On Fire!

Tweet Everyone always talks about the Internet in terms of connectivity. Why? It gives you the power to connect to friends, family and colleagues. It blows the doors open to new experiences, linking you up to opportunities you might have never envisioned. It stands alone as one of the largest, most evolved networks of growing […]

The Power of Access, Connection, Communication

Tweet Hello, Planet Earth. I mean, that is whom I’m talking to right now. I’m not talking to merely my family, friends, or just the state of North Carolina. My audience is the entire world. People will have the freedom to access this video whenever and wherever they want to. That is the power of […]

OneWebDay: A Personal Experience

Tweet I can remember when I was little, the encyclopedia Britannica salesman came to our home and explained to my parents the reason why having this particular encyclopedia would be beneficial to my sister and I. Of course my parents purchased this excellent educational tool to further aid my curiosity and fantasy with learning. A […]

Born Into a Hyper Existence

Tweet The Internet is easy. It is simply the most effective way to date to obtain any information about anything. With so many different kinds of people from varying education levels and socio-economic backgrounds putting forth their insights in an ever-evolving hub, it is almost impossible not find information on something. Denying this privilege to […]

e-superstitions

Tweet Email, undoubtedly, has become an indispensable medium of communication. We come across some emails which are forwarded without any second thought. These mails won’t have a logical backing, nor any material evidence or accountability. Someone says something; other people believe it and forward it. Though superstition may seem a little strong word for this […]

Allowing me to Be In Touch with the World is what matters most

Tweet If I had to pick one thing above all to describe how the Internet has changed my life on One Web Day 2008 (September 22), I would say that above all it allows me to Be in Touch with the World. Beyond all the trivial and silly, it means a world of ideas, a […]

My experiences – Internet and India

Tweet Working on a 2 mbps connection at home, I was thinking about MY OneWebDay, the day I dreamt of having a good bandwidth. Surprisingly that day has passed and I did not seem to notice… Confused ? Read the chronology of my experiences on the Internet and you will know 1. 1995 – My […]

a brief (news) story about the one who founded the One Web Day…

Tweet Susan Crawford and Kevin Werbach have been named today as Obama-Biden FCC Transition Team Leads. Susan Crawford, is now a professor at the University of Michigan Law School and has recently ended her term as a member of the Board of Directors of ICANN and is the founder of OneWebDay. Kevin Werbach, is an […]

Love Connections Inspire on One Web Day

Tweet I have found “the one.” The only things separating us from a life of bliss are nine hours, 529 miles, five states and two full tanks of gas all on a college student’s budget. Without an online connection to the Internet, our connection to each other for the next two years that I’m away […]