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Phone company fires supermodel for pro-Gadhafi stance

Telefonica Germany fires its American supermodel spokesperson after she declares that the West erred in backing anti-Gadhafi rebels.

By Nov. 1, 2011


How Israel and Hamas weaponized social media

More militaries and armed groups are using social media as a weapon of war -- but when ground skirmishes are mirrored by cyber-social battles, managing the message can get messy.

By Jan. 13, 2014


What the US could learn from Ghana

It turns out that the US has much to learn from the rest of the world, in part how to play the beautiful game.

By Jan. 24, 2008


Microsoft's real open-source nightmare

If anti-U.S. blowback takes its toll on software, would any of the three presidential candidates do much to help?

By Mar. 24, 2008


Ron Paul supporters rebut charges of racism

A Ron Paul "money bomb" scheduled for today has a higher purpose than merely raising money for the candidate. It's meant to disprove charges that Ron Paul and his supporters are racists.

By Jan. 21, 2008


UEFA Champions League final: What brands can learn from 'Barca'

I'm nervous, seriously nervous. In a few hours, in the Olympic stadium in Rome, FC Barcelona (or "Barca," as its supporters call it) will face Manchester United, the other soccer superpower, in the game of all games, the final of the UEFA Champions League

By May. 26, 2009


In Shooting War, it's 2011 and John McCain is President...

Anthony Lappe and Dan Goldman's Shooting War is a graphic novel set in the year 2011; John McCain is president and the US is still in a quagmire in Iraq. Is the book a prophecy of years to come? Or merely an interesting look at how Iraq could play out?

By Feb. 11, 2008