Sunday, November 19, 2006

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Friday, November 17, 2006


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Saturday, January 14, 2006

Live but not live

The Korean journalism has lost its biggest sources-ironically, its most contempted enemy: the despotic authorities that plagued Korean people and society for decades in the past. Now a majority of the press and media, if not all, seem to be quite bored with their business and professions to the effect that they don't have any idea of a legimate way to justify their existence. This is a sentiment that probably entailed the kind of sensationalism and witch-hunting around Dr. Hwang.

Surely, despite all the freedom, of speech, journalism, politics, of whatever there is, President Roh doesn't get as much respect as his predecessors from his people. Worth studying, meanwhile, is: whether President Roh has opended this new era himself or happened to be part of it.

Tuesday, January 10, 2006

Are you citizens or netizens?

Today's citizens are those who spend most of their work life off line and the media and press hold the target at these people who, having no other channels, would swallow their agenda as if it were ready made pills for information deficiency. Netizen, on the other hand, are viewd by this same press and mieda as competitors at best and even as enemies at worst. Some on-line journals indeed are grown out of the "netizenry" who have systems and money at their command.

Monday, January 09, 2006

World Wide Web

Certainly this is by far the most complex of all the webs in nature. No wonder, because it is created by the computers which pull out zillions of bits and interweave them across the world.

Monday, December 26, 2005

Stemmy Stemmy Night~

They would not listen...they did not know how...perhaps they never will~~~

Sunday, December 25, 2005

New English Vocabulary Emerges in S.Korea

Democratic Socialists Journalism Cartel
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