Featuring a custom pop-up book, an animated video shows the journey water makes from sink to rain cloud.
Secret Project will fight for artistic license and free reign on the web.
Foreign Policy presents a unique portrait of 2011's global marketplace of ideas and the thinkers who make them.
A recent study suggests that the tipping point is surprisingly only 10% of people within various networks. Minorities do rule.
Protests who came together against a transit police officer killing a homeless man in San Francisco used mobile technology and social networks, which are reminiscent of the Arab Spring uprisings.
In the daily column from Monocle magazine we learn that as a result of the large part that social networks and cell phones played in Egypt's revolution, Libya shut down the internet and mobile networks early on, and the advantage that provided them.
The President of Belarus pushes a statewide ban on Facebook in an effort to prevent protesters to organize their political protests via the social media outlet.
Filmmaker Amr Salama turns to Twitter to gather over 300 GB of material for a documentary that showcases the Egyptian Revolution.
A new dashboard provides a visualization of the revolutionary influence of social media in the Middle East and updates in real-time.
Revolutionary art has sprung up on the streets of Cairo in response to recent popular uprisings.