This blog explores how networked technologies and tactics can be used to grow movements that address global environmental, social and economic issues facing the world today.

It documents how activists and consumers alike are using their collective power, enabled and amplified through social networks, to force new power relations with the governments, institutions and corporations.

It also explores how social media is evolving to become a tool for collective dialogue and deliberation and how it may eventually become a space for problem-solving that transcends traditional structures and politics.

You are warmly invited to contribute your ideas and observations to share with the blog’s community.

Blog content is written and curated by Tom Liacas. To find out more about me, see here and here.


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