Chester Davis is an aspiring social innovator, a sociologist, and the author of The Creative Activism Guide (available from booklocker.com and on Amazon.com). You can learn more about him at http://www.chesterdavis.net


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  3. Hello.

    I would like to know if there is an interest on your part to publish articles specifically related to internet activism, in a separate “internet activism” column or elsewhere.
    The rationale behind this is that there is a considerable slice of people “in the know” who are avid internet users.

    For now, what I have online is this site http://actiontrigger.no-ip.org/ which is basically a way to turn internet exposure into action/political power.

    I am not aware of your editorial policies; evidently a review on your site/mag would be helpful for this (non-commercial) project – I will be glad to supply material and more information and even a ready made article “draft” for your approval if you think the idea is worthy of your readers’ time.

    Thanks in advance

  4. Hey KW. I’m definitely interested in internet activism efforts. I have been really busy with other things lately, so I haven’t checked my blog in weeks. I’ll be in touch through the site.

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