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ctrp431 Walking the Tight Rope of the Caucasus

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avatar Olaf Koens Guest

OlafKIf you search for adventures in the Caucasus, it is his picture that should pop up first.… Read Full Text

Value Can Be Found Beyond the Blue Boxes

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Photo by Vik407 /flickr

If you’re involved in any kind of project these days chances are you make use of Facebook in some way or another. If you don’t, a few clicks on the internet or a few pages in your local newspaper, and you’ll probably get hit with an article about how “you should” in order to reach “the people”. ┬áIn the publishing world it is the same story multiplied by 1000, as the world’s largest social network site is considered the be all end all of doing anything online.… Read Full Text

ctrp428 News Cycles Turned Social Media Trends

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Photo by NS Newsflash / Flickr

When social media rose up from what were thought to be the ashes of traditional media, there were high hopes for the new world that was to come.… Read Full Text

Massoud in Amsterdam

ctrp418 Communicating Afghanistan Through Photos

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Getting the world to listen through photos is a big part of Massoud Hossaini’s work as a photographer in Afghanistan.… Read Full Text