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Links 1 through 10 of 14 by Rebecca MacKinnon tagged asia

Creating a Sustainable Future: Corportate social responsibility used to be seen as a Western concpt. That’s no longer ture, argue consultants Aron Cramer and Jeremy Prepscius. Asian business leaders are turning their attention to adpating the concept to give it Asian characteristics. This could have wide-ranging implications both within and outside the region.

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"The startup environment in this region is hot, and getting hotter by the day. ..."

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An old post I just stumbled across. Will writes: "my recommendation for the governments of Asia is this: if you want a louder voice in the world...if you think you are being misrepresented on the global stage, then back the hell off. Set your own media fr

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"Based in Jakarta, Indonesia, AsiaBlogging.com is a global new media network featuring more than 70 blogs (in the first phase) on wide-ranging topics from movies and music to technology, sports and lifestyle. "

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"When you put a bunch of those wonderers and bloggers in a room, though, it becomes clear that society is founded on this very premise: Wondering if someone else is thinking the same thing I do.
That's how love begins.That's how civilizations rise."

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"Despite soaring growth, two new reports indicate that the secret to opening Asia's online pocketbooks remains elusive"

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"With the information world fragmenting and readers and advertisers migrating to the Web, Asia’s dailies are looking for ways to cope with change"

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"The job of preserving the Internet as an open global commons of information is a constant cat and mouse game between citizens who want access to information and authorities that want to control and limit it. "

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"A survey of 25,000 MSN portal visitors across seven Asian markets - Hong Kong, India, Korea, Malaysia, Singapore, Taiwan, and Thailand - found that almost half of those online in Asia have a blog, and 40 percent of these bloggers are blogging for more th

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Jeff Ooi observes: "Equally significant is the indication derived from the study that blogs are impressively a trusted source of information, with half of the respondents believing that blog content is as trustworthy as traditional media."

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