Monthly Archives: December 2010

Open Access To Humanities – Data, Data Everywhere But Not a Thought To Think

The title quote belongs to Theodore Roszak, the man behind the making of the counter culture of 1960s, and the one who “raged against the machine” most violently. However, could a “machine” herald a new era of providing thoughts instead … Continue reading

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Together We’re Stronger

I hope that you, as a reader of this blog, feel that in your country your rights and those of your fellow citizens are, broadly speaking, respected. I know that for many of us that is not the case. Thinking … Continue reading

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InTech Awarded TRUSTe’s Privacy Seal

If the existence of privacy on the internet can be guaranteed in any lawful way, then to try and deserve TRUSTe’s Privacy Seal would be the right choice. TRUSTe is the world’s largest privacy seal program which certifies more than … Continue reading

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