Information Access - Articles Archive
from December 5, 2005 to August 15, 2005

Among the non mainstream news that passed by in November there was an official story by Continental Electronics Corp. who proudly announced that it had delivered ahead of schedule 132 ultra-low-noise transmitters to U.S. government contractor BAE Systems to use in the High-Frequency Active Auroral Research ... read more

Chiara Moriconi - December 5, 2005

What if everything you thought you knew about 911 was a big fat lie? I know it sounds hard to believe that the twin towers were supposedly not taken down by passenger jets, or that there were no arab terrorists, or even that silly idea that the ... read more

Sepp Hasslberger - Health Supreme - November 28, 2005

"The big content owners have been determining the world's intellectual property regimes for the last few decades. By clever lobbying at extraordinarily boring conferences, they had managed by the late 90s to commit governments, through the world trade talks, to a draconian programme of laws extending ... read more

Andrew Brown - The Guardian - November 21, 2005

Developing countries are rapidly increasing the number and quality of college graduates, generating a sea change in the relative education advantage that advanced countries have enjoyed over literally hundreds of years, according to an analysis recently released by The Conference Board, the global business network. Access ... read more

Gail Fosler - Conference Board - November 12, 2005

There was once a small group of medical doctors (MDs) who wanted to create art. To accomplish this, they first decided to study art to find what it was made of. Using elaborate microscopes and measurement devices, they discovered that art was made up of ink on a ... read more

Mike Adams - NewTarget - November 7, 2005

Journalists looking for free, up-to-date resources, news and debate on the information society can get all this and more on a new website called 'i-Witness'. The i-Witness website is being launched ahead of the final stage of the World Summit on the Information Society (Tunisia, 16-18 November ... read more

Murali Shanmugavelan - Panos London - November 5, 2005

Here is another story you will not find on mainstream media. A breakthrough study from a national Russian research agency suggests that a diet with genetically-modified (GM) soy may indeed affect newborns of parents maintaining a GM-based food diet. According to the study reported by Russian federal ... read more

Robin Good via Sepp Hasslberger - Health Supreme - November 1, 2005

Have you ever asked yourself what you're really feeding on when eating a chicken? Before you buy a sandwich, don't you want to know what it's filled with? Well, I suppose you would want to know the same thing before eating a chicken, no? Don't worry, ... read more

Chiara Moriconi - Guglielmo Donadello - Disinformazione - October 31, 2005

If you are thinking about visiting Italy in the near future, and you plan on using Italian Internet cafés while on the go, there is something you should definitely be informed about. To access any Internet-connected computer inside a public service shop you now need to submit ... read more

Robin Good - Christian Science Monitor - October 17, 2005

A Justice of Peace (civil judge) in the southern Italian town Lecce has decided that the Italian Central Bank's practice to retain the seignorage on paper money for its own profit is illegal and that the money should be turned over to its rightful owners - ... read more

Rosaria Amato [via] - La Repubblica - October 10, 2005

Blogs are an incredible tool for information sharing, communicating ideas, or just putting thoughts out in the open. But blogging is not a Teflon coating, there are dangers associated with these tools especially when the topic of your own blogging is the company you work for ... read more

Robin Good - October 7, 2005

As many of you know among the several initiatives and projects I support or am involved with, there is one that is particularly close to my heart and mission. It is called the Communication Agents Initiative and outside of the old, outdated official communications which I ... read more

Robin Good - October 3, 2005

According to emerging research data coming from independent news sources, the possibility that AIDS is the unintended result of biological warfare seems to be more than just a possibility. The vast majority of alternative AIDS researchers such as Duesberg - those who understand that HIV cannot ... read more

Sepp Hasslberger - Health Supreme - September 26, 2005

Rather than being concerned on whether RSS will replace email or P2P going mainstream this year or next, here is something we should all be seriously worried about: Business is taking over our personal and fundamental right to be able to choose our own health remedies. Our ... read more

Robin Good - September 19, 2005

Go to Google and do a search for "miserable failure" and see what do you get as an answer. If you can't see the above image, here is what the Google results say: Web Results 1 - 10 of about 2,860,000 for miserable failure. (0.17 seconds) ... read more

Marissa Mayer/Google Blog - BBC - BBC - September 19, 2005

from the Information Clearing House "news you won't find on CNN" "But perhaps the greatest disappointment stands at the breached 17th Street levee. Touring this critical site yesterday with the President, I saw what I believed to be a real and significant effort to get a handle on ... read more

Information Clearinghouse - DemocracyNow - September 6, 2005
"To stand in silence when they should be protesting makes cowards out of men" - Abraham Lincoln "He who passively accepts evil is as much involved in it as he who helps to perpetrate it. He who accepts evil without protesting against it is really cooperating with it." - ... read more

[via Democracy in Action] - September 5, 2005
Tomorrow, September 1, 2005, US cell phone numbers will be released to telemarketing companies and you may start to receive sales calls for which you may be charged. To save yourself from this plague call the following US number from your cell phone: 1-888-382-1222. Your number ... read more" target="_blank">[via Robin Berg] - August 31, 2005

"You may have gotten the impression that the European constitution was dead -- that the French had felled it, and the Dutch had pounded a stake through its heart," wrote Daniel Hannan, a Conservative Member of the European Parliament from South East England, in the July ... read more

Daniel Hannan - London Telegraph - August 22, 2005
Interest is steering us towards non-sustainability, argues Jeremy Wakeford, writing for the South African New Economics Network, a group described on their site as an independent network for the creation of a humane, just, sustainable and culturally appropriate economic system in South Africa. Not only does interest ... read more

Sepp Hasslberger - August 15, 2005

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