In writing about my hero Sandy Close, it's hard to know where to start. The end point is easy: Sandy is a over 65+ writer, editor, creator, social change leader and visionary whose work at New America Media and Pacific News Service gives me a map for what fearless, consistent work in the community-focused media space can look like. Her work is so unique, and her impact so profound, that this year Sandy was the 2011 recipient of the George Polk Career Award, one of journalism's highest accolades.
On August 1, 2007, Pew Research released their report Why it will Be Hard to Close the Broadband Divide, based on Organization for Economic Cooperation and
Development (OECD) research.
At last week's BlogHer's sessions, we talked about the "calls to action" and impacts that the blogging community (BlogHer specifically) can promote. Comments in many sessions also focused on the lack of adequate (or any) bandwidth in developing nations.