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Liz Hunt - Plagiarism Exchange
Thank you for your letter which was forwarded to me by the Letters Editor. I have waited until this evening after deadline - when I had a clear desk and clearer head - to reply to your email which I take very serioulsy and which has caused me some distres
plagiarism  influence  ideas  DailyTelegraph  Telegraph  journalism  blogging  theft  hubris  culture  attribution  appropriation  observation  rogues 
june 2007 by amaah
Bags and Stamps: a plagriarism in plaid
Perhaps these articles were separated at birth, comparing Liz Hunt's article in the Daily Telegraph to my original article... Judge for yourself. The Reporter and her ambition / Plaid bags and plagiarism
influence  ideas  fame  plagiarism  DailyTelegraph  Telegraph  journalism  blogging  theft  hubris  culture  attribution  observation  appropriation  rogues  toli 
june 2007 by amaah
A Plagiarism in Plaid
To the Editors (Daily Telegraph) I noted with interest that Liz Hunt's recent opinion piece — Immigrants have bags of ambition (June 2, 2007) — was a nice reworking of my April 13, 2007 essay, Bags and Stamps, published on my blog, Koranteng's Toli.
influence  ideas  fame  plagiarism  DailyTelegraph  Telegraph  journalism  blogging  theft  hubris  culture  attribution  appropriation  observation  rogues  FallenAngels  ThingsFallApart  bags  plaid  GhanaMustGo  Guyana  Trinidad  Mozambique  toli 
june 2007 by amaah
Daily Telegraph writer plagiarizes Koranteng's Toli
Well, well, well... We'll just say that she omitted to link and give credit for my toli. Glad to know that I have readers in high places... And on a piece about a high level plagiarism by Louis Vuitton. Not a bad remix for what it's worth. Fame! Profit?
influence  ideas  fame  plagiarism  Telegraph  DailyTelegraph  journalism  blogging  rogues  to_blog  theft  hubris  culture  attribution  appropriation  LizHunt  GhanaMustGo  plaid  bags 
june 2007 by amaah
Live from Lebanon - Jane´s Blog
A friend facing real dilemmas: Lebanon. Teacher. The Students. Israel. Bombs. American. Passport in visa limbo at some embassy. Hezbollah. Christian. Jewish. Moslem. Money? Lights out. Bombs again. Shelling. What do you do next? You blog.
life  israel  Lebanon  Palestine  conflict  journalism  reporting  insight  dilemma  violence  blogging 
july 2006 by amaah
Head Nods - Toli Turns One
"The 15 people for whom I'm famous are a very diverse lot and pull me in lots of directions." "Koranteng is also a little bit nuts, which is appealing." "We need an emoticon that represents 'nod in agreement'."
blogging  appreciation  HeadNods  life  friends  family  writing  toli 
july 2005 by amaah
Koranteng's Toli On The Radio
A foray into radio punditry... pontificating about Africa, politics, development, and luggage
ChrisLydon  CalestousJuma  WGBH  OpenSource  radio  Africa  Cambridge  Boston  G8  aid  Ghana  debt  corruption  globalization  globalvoices  web  blogging  politics  economics  life  Koranteng  toli  Nigeria 
july 2005 by amaah
On an Ambiguous Adventure
A short note to Kenya Hudson who unilaterally declared an end to her blog experiment the aptly-named Ambiguous Adventure...
Africa  KenyaHudson  blogging  life  balance  conversation  communities  web  literature  politics  slums  letters  philosophy  ambiguity  adventure  Ghana  toli 
june 2005 by amaah
On Blogging At IBM
There are already far too many emails emanating from corporate accounts with noxious disclaimers, clogging up mailing lists everywhere and causing comprehension problems. They are a public nuisance and there is no reason to add further disclaimers to the
blogging  ibm  policy  corporate  culture  lotus  law  freedom  history  communities  life  rules  risk  politics  economics  business  corporations  ghana  roots  tradition  technology  toli 
may 2005 by amaah
Blogging@IBM
IBM today is publishing an announcement on its Intranet site encouraging all 320,000+ employees world wide to consider engaging actively in the practice of "blogging". IBM blogging policy and guidelines: Responsible Engagement in Innovation and Dialogue
ibm  technology  blogging  blog  policy 
may 2005 by amaah
Technical Arteriosclerosis, Trackback and Comments
Tom Coates gripes... Cory Doctorow says All Complex Ecosystems Have Parasites. I consider this as a simple matter of dealing with the Technical Arteriosclerosis that develops in any complex and useful system. we've diagnosed the patient, now for real work
web  technology  history  adoption  spam  programming  complexity  systems  trackback  blogging  blog  toli 
april 2005 by amaah
Trackback is dead. Are Comments dead too?
excellent hand-wringing by Tom Coates on Trackback and dealing with spam... I think it is rather a matter of Technical Arteriosclerocis
web  technology  history  adoption  spam  programming  complexity  systems  trackback  blogging  blog 
april 2005 by amaah
No reader is an island
Scott Rosenberg on writing for the web, journalism and the difficulties of the trade.
writing  journalism  media  trade  craft  deadlines  insight  blog  blogging 
april 2005 by amaah

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