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Articles by Charlie Harvey
Charlie Harvey on the redmine task management system that New Internationalist’s web group are trialling.
- October 10, 2013
Charlie Harvey writes up his August 2013 reading day, which he mainly spent learning about node.js
- September 2, 2013
Four decades of independent journalism and the social and environmental movements which inspired it.
- April 9, 2013
Charlie Harvey outlines the righteous path to internet liberation.
- December 1, 2012
Charlie Harvey looks at some top tips for searching the New Internationalist website.
- May 14, 2012
Another week, another secret copyright treaty and this time it’s the Trans-Pacific Partnership as a hotel lies to pressure groups to keep them away from negotiations, reports Charlie Harvey.
- February 2, 2012
The Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement goes one step further than just internet censorship, it can be used to restrict access to medicines for the poor, says Charlie Harvey.
- January 24, 2012
Some put the London riots down to inequality, others criminality. But Charlie Harvey argues they’re also a result of a broken, consumerist society.
- August 9, 2011
A new film by activist filmmakers follows student activists meeting the Beaver Lake Cree, whose land sits in the middle of Canada’s huge tar sands extraction project.
- July 15, 2011
The riot police have today begun raiding London social centres in a move presumably meant to intimidate anyone considering protesting against the sycophantic drivel of tomorrow’s royal wedding.
- April 28, 2011
New Internationalist magazine, published since 1973 has been acquired by Rupert Murdoch’s News International group.
- April 1, 2011
New Internationalist has teamed up with grassroots media activists visionOntv to bring you the best selection of global justice videos on the web.
- March 10, 2011
- February 9, 2011
A new booklet is aimed at helping activists deal with increasing police surveillance in cyberspace.
- January 24, 2011
- August 26, 2010
Just came across this hip hop video that takes on BP and the oil crisis head on.
- July 14, 2010
- June 16, 2010
Activists ensured one of Shell’s petrol stations was closed for business last week, reports Zoe Cormier.
- May 20, 2010
BarnCamp 2010 is two days of workshops on topics ranging from renewable energy to foraging for food to citizen journalism to using free software for activism, up to three nights of camping, open space sessions, evening entertainment, great food on a beautiful farm co-op high in the Wye Valley.
- May 10, 2010
An increasingly totalitarian regime wants to introduce mass internet censorship in a fundamentally undemocratic way. Web users may be disconnected and web sites taken down with no due process or clear evidence on the say-so of shadowy unelected bodies. Oh, and Google finally stood up to Chinese internet censorship.
- March 24, 2010
Last Saturday evening in a pub in Westminster a crowd gathered for the launch of two vital new NI books: No-Nonsense Guide to Global Finance and People First Economics.
- November 11, 2009
We're looking for images - paintings, graphics, photos, graffiti, in fact anything with a bit of spark about it - to appear in our 2011 Year Planner.
- September 10, 2009
Activists from Don’t Build Kingsnorth have today invaded the Dartford offices of construction giant Laing O’Rourke. The protest is against the company’s bid to build Britain’s first coal fired power plant in 30 Years at Kingsnorth in Kent.
- September 2, 2009
For the second time this month, campaigners have targeted offices of Surrey-based building firm BAM Nuttall. Protesters have climbed the company’s flagpole and raised a flag reading “no new coal”. Seven people have attempted to enter the building to speak to Chief Executive Martin J. Rogers and give him a letter about the disastrous implications of building more coal-fired power stations.
- June 29, 2009
Workers at Visteon factory Enfield London have seized control of their factory following major lay-offs and need help to resist eviction expected from 10am either Friday 3 or Saturday 4 April.
- April 3, 2009
A convergence where people interested in and/or working in the areas of alternative media, renewable energy, on-line video distribution, free software and any other form of activism that utilises technology.
- March 30, 2009
By default Bricolage sends email notifications with root relative URLs /like/this. Some time ago the NI techs were chatting about how it’d be nice to be able to click the URLs from the emails. This is a partial solution to that.
- February 5, 2009
I guess this probably gets me the prize for being first to blog on New Internationalist’s new tech blog. And its a post about making life difficult for spammers. Yay!
- January 23, 2009