New Media like Twit.tv is very exciting, in that it’s doing the same thing traditional media has, but for a fraction of the cost. However, in its infancy, new media is only mimicking the old stuff we’re all familiar with. Will it get out of that mold, or will it perpetuate what we’ve all been used to for so long?
Google Currents, Flipboard, Zite, and other such software of the like, is bringing news we love in a more magazine-like format, using a lot more images, which is nice,…
The number of North Korean defectors to South Korea tumbled 43 percent in the first five months of 2012 from a year earlier due to increased security along the North Korea-China border, the Seoul government said Sunday.A total of 610 North Korean defectors arrived in South Korea in the January-May period, down 42.6 percent from the same period last year, according to data from the Unification Ministry, which handles inter-Korean affairs.
Regarding defectors, in a different story, there is now a Journalism School being set up…
So we’re going with a slightly new format. Rather than separating things by categories, we’ll start to use subdomains. As such, we will be updating all our links on our past posts. All previous posts in each category will still exist, but we’re working on finding a way to redirect to the new address.
The bell rang. It was the first class at the newly built Changjon Primary School. Pupils laid bouquets before the statue of President Kim Il Sung.
We could see happy faces of pupils of the 3rd class in grade 4 and their teacher Nam Yong Sim.
We also dropped in at a classroom where the children were having a computer lesson. They were learning how to handle keyboard and mouse, drawing and document editing. They seemed very much interested in the lesson.
Many of them told us of their dreams to become People’s Army men or scientists.