I started iRevolution exactly one year ago and it’s been great fun! I owe the Fletcher A/V Club sincere thanks for encouraging me to blog. Little did I know that blogging was so stimulating or that I’d be blogging from the Sudan.
Here are some stats from iRevolution Year One:
- Total number of blog posts = 212
- Total number of comments = 453
- Busiest day ever = December 15, 2008
And the Top 10 posts:
- Crisis Mapping Kenya’s Election Violence
- The Past and Future of Crisis Mapping
- Mobile Banking for the Bottom Billion
- Impact of ICTs on Repressive Regimes
- Towards an Emergency News Agency
- Intellipedia for Humanitarian Warning/Response
- Crisis Mapping Africa’s Cross-border Conflicts
- 3D Crisis Mapping for Disaster Simulation
- Digital Resistance: Digital Activism and Civil Resistance
- Neogeography and Crisis Mapping Analytics
I do have a second blog that focuses specifically on Conflict Early Warning, which I started at the same time. I have authored a total of 48 blog posts.
That makes 260 posts in 12 months. Now I know where all the time went!
The Top 10 posts:
- Crimson Hexagon: Early Warning 2.0
- CSIS PCR: Review of Early Warning Systems
- Conflict Prevention: Theory, Police and Practice
- New OECD Report on Early Warning
- Crowdsourcing and Data Validation
- Sri Lanka: Citizen-based Early Warning/Response
- Online Searches as Early Warning Indicators
- Conflict Early Warning: Any Successes?
- Ushahidi and Conflict Early Response
- Detecting Rumors with Web-based Text Mining System
I look forward to a second year of blogging! Thanks to everyone for reading and commenting, I really appreciate it!