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The changing nature of news offers a diversity of voices, sources, and choice... and lets anyone join in global and local conversations.

2006-01-02

 mobile journalism direct democracy diversity crowd communication
It's one of the most fabled talents in the animal world – elephants' ability to "talk" via rumbles in the earth. Now zoologists in Namibia are trying to harness these seismic social calls - to lure rampaging males back to safety...

2009-02-14

 mating communication elephant infrasound
Vehicles may soon be swapping information about road conditions to warn drivers about jams and dangers.

2007-03-17

 information communication safety car road traffic jam
Male jumping spiders (Phintella vittata) are using ultraviolet B (UVB) rays to communicate with females.

2008-05-02

 communication spider sex
... may have identified a characteristic change that occurs as stress builds within a company: employees start talking directly to people they feel comfortable with, and stop sharing information more widely.

2009-06-22

 business communication social psychology e-mail stress clique crisis
The fireflies flashing in the air are all males. Down in the grass, Dr. Lewis points out, females are sitting and observing. They look for flash patterns of males of their own species, and sometimes they respond with a single flash of their own, always at a precise interval after the male’s. Dr. Lewis takes out a penlight and clicks it twice, in perfect Photinus greeni. A female Photinus greeni flashes back. “Most people don’t realize...

2009-06-29

 firefly communication evolution mating insect seduction
Broadband promised to unite the world with super-fast data delivery - but in South Africa it seems the web is still no faster than a humble pigeon.

2009-09-10

 pigeon communication network Africa Internet
The tender interactions between mothers and newborns might not be limited to humans, scientists report.

2009-10-08

 monkey mother infant communication kiss evolution relationship emotion animal
What happens after we’re all connected? This is a question that we never thought to ask as we wired the planet up with telegraph and telephone and radio and television and Internet. It’s a question we never think to ask as we unwire the planet with mobile telephones and wireless broadband. So, without even understanding our goals, we have seven hundred million individuals using the Internet, and somewhere over a billion carrying mobile...
 communication Wikipedia knowledge

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