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The Oxford Internet Institute was founded as a full department of the University of Oxford in 2001. The idea for an Oxford research centre focusing on the societal opportunities and challenges posed by rapidly-developing Internet technologies was first posed by Dr Andrew Graham, then Master-Elect of Balliol College, and Derek Wyatt, then MP for Sittingbourne and Sheppey, supported by then Oxford University Vice Chancellor, Colin Lucas.
Financial support for the department’s establishment was provided by Dame Stephanie Shirley, founder of the computer software company Xansa, with some match funding provided by the Higher Education Funding Council for England. Since 2006, the department has offered graduate degrees, marking its transition to a research-led, teaching department.
Aggregator and video content eye-witness / on-the-ground reporter (including livestreamer) news and live firsthand footage.
LiveLeak state: “As an organisation LiveLeak.com has no political or ideological bias or affiliation. Careful checks and balances are in place to ensure our organisation operates in as unbiased a manner as is possible. Believe us when we say that your opinion is not something that will ever see you ‘censored’ on LiveLeak unless you break our rules to put that opinion across.”
Signs of the Times (or sott.net) is a unique player in the Alt Media space, where they utilize their global presence of editors to curate news articles from around the world and post them on the sott.net website. The articles they curate are formatted from various sources into a single, beautiful, readable format. Articles come with editor commentary within the article clearly differentiated with a blue background, as well as standard comments section at the bottom. The website is well organized and formatted, which is a big plus.
This community has a particular focus on Psychopathy, Esoteric Studies, and Science, which differentiates them from other Alt Media groups. The sott.net community has a separate forum more connected with one of their associated sites called cassiopaea.org where people can go deep and dig into much more of the esoteric material. Signs of the Times has been around for a very long time, circa 2002, and has evolved their branding and business over time. Their slogan is “The world for people who think” and their motto is “Knowledge Protects, Ignorance Endangers.”
Anyone seeking to be challenged in their thinking and consciousness should make a visit and communicate with the folks over at sott.net. Fair warning, not a site for those easily offended. Egos are not treated well there.
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