Geopolitics and the Internet Censoring

 

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Coffee with RAJ series about “the Internet” at Dunkin Donut in University of Rhode Island.

Rhode Island, USA, 1st November 2017 – English class was at 6pm at Quinn hall in university on Thursday. I sat off to class in time and found a student there. On the way to lecture, instructor, Shelley from international center, let me introduce with other few colleagues after they entered. We found the class was very happening, interesting and fruitful. After class new friend, Elif (name changed), from Turkey gave me lift to my apartment along with another colleague, Bo (name changed), from China. Elif promised to meet me for further discussion in our topic on Friday since our research topic was similar.

 

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Travel diary: cyberspace or mailbox morphing your presence in USA

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Mailbox was spotted while returning from cycling in Bolton.

BOLTON, MASSACHUSETTTS, USA 12 November 2017 – Digital technology is in sky kissing nowadays, especially in developed countries like United States of America. However, is it possible to send your credit card in email? Debit card? Your gadgets from online shopping? And even simple items of kitchenware? Probably, once man starts to live without materialistic items, physical credit card and any physical item won’t be necessary in their life. But, is it possible without material matters in our life? The question begins when I was roaming around Bolton, nearby Boston with my friend.

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New paradigm of researchers in University of Rhode Island

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Rajendra Man Banepali in front of Library at University of Rhode Island just before discussion with graduate student and Prof. Joan Peckham.

Rhode Island, USA, 10 November 2017 — Today’s observation, 10 November, affirmed that researchers in University of Rhode Island (URI) is moving differently, one-disciplinary to multidisciplinary drawing new knowledge. Not only computer scientist is doing research on like data or algorithm development but also researchers from social science, statistics, math, civil engineering, physics, biology and many faculties are engaged together for collaborative work in URI.

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Technology as a fire whether to use to burn candle or to burn village: a talk in University of Rhode Island

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Graduate students discussing after a talk of Rajendra.

Rhode Island, USA, 9 November 2017 — Seeking chance of failure of technology is a kind of preventing future consequences tensed by technology, the consequences – humanitarian crisis or technology crisis. It is also wide idea to identity potential latent future conflict tensed by digital technology so that we could take measure to prevent those conflicts for better world and smooth technology implementation.

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Talking about Digital Diplomacy in Columbia University, New York

20171104_130714New York, USA, 4 November 2017 — A magnitude of digital technological based on cloud influences in social calendar of persons, society and state living with or without digital technology exposes digital supremacy which is rendering social conversation in new forms – linear conversation, and disruptive conversation. Scheme of conversation makes sense of relations among social actors – state and non-state actors. New media is witness of digital mediation nowadays. Aiming with exploration of framework to compute digital supremacy in terms of social calendar simulation by digital technology and decision-making power in International Relations (IR) aligning social relations among people and society in ground reality, this work has gone through two manifolds – social constructivism reflecting multiple realities generated by digital technology and de-constructive analysis of conversation text with semiotic analysis tool. Continue reading “Talking about Digital Diplomacy in Columbia University, New York”

Edging of digital pathway for knowledge management in federal structure

20170527_183605 - RMBDigital race in every sector is vividly visible in intention and initiation of people and organizations around the world. Especially in developing countries, they are a mover towards new technology introducing themselves in new trend with the internet. Contemporary resources centers – information centers and libraries – are enhancing with high technology like web applications and for portable device like mobile applications. It is an appreciating development in resource centers around the country. However, there are few latent upcoming issues of effectiveness in new administrative structural changes in Nepal. Continue reading “Edging of digital pathway for knowledge management in federal structure”

The Internet to Ask Coffee

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Rajendra Man Banepali sharing his experience of “the internet to ask coffee”

Kathmandu, 20 September 2017 — “Does it like asking coffee using e-mail!”, said my senior at middle of the trip from Kathmandu to Darchula in 2007 when there was not landline phone or mobile except CDMA phone. I was not in position to imagine the real ground before my field trip to Darchula though I was bit experienced about rural area of Nepal. It was new experience again. I reached Darchula of Nepal through Dharchula of India which was compulsion for every Nepali since there was no appropriate motor way from Baitadi. And we must enter Darchula before 5pm. The extraordinary experience was not the end here. However, it was just started.

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