The Internet is now acknowledged as the new Great Equalizer (effectively replacing the classic, “death and taxes”), thanks to its promise to bridge the gap between the information haves and have-nots.
2010 VOF Week 1
I have no writing training, but I have loved writing for as long as I can remember. And all I wanted to do and still crave for is to write. As I grew older, it was obvious something was not right.
I think what I find beautiful and brilliant in the Web 2.0 is the possibility that it offers to women around the world to create a platform to shine their own voices.
Until now, grassroots women have been 'mute,' spoken for by men and women in positions.
“I am only one - but still I am one. I cannot do everything, but still I can do something.
Web 2.0 is an interesting base and foundation for growth and development in many ways. As a tool and a voice for women, it acts as a platform in which various issues may be discussed and addressed.
I want to start with my favorite saying "Don’t peep into key hole, just open the door and see the hole picture" Saying that I want to say the WEB 2.0 helps us to see hole picture.
Web 2.0 has changed the world dramatically and with great excitement!We have social networking sites, mailing lists, forums, blogs – all these tools available to bring people closer and makes the worl
The first time I used e-mail was in 2003.
In 2004, on a cross-country flight, I asked my seatmate her profession and she replied “brain surgeon”.