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What I wanted to be when I grew up was in charge.
Wilma Vaught
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Cyber Diary
Personal stories from everyday life situations where we use computers/new technologies - may they be helpful or otherwise...
 

16 Days of Activism 2004 in Bosnia and Herzegovina
Taida Horozovic | 11 May 2005
Sarajevo, February 2005 - For the global campaign of 16 Days of Activism 2004 devoted to fighting violence against women, an informal group of young women and men activists organized their calendar of activities for Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH). With a limited budget but bursting with enthusiasm for the action, as well as plenty of talent, the result was a dynamic plan for implementing activities during the period between Nov. 25th and Dec. 10th. 

STEP 7
Gabrijela Ivanov | 29 April 2005
History of ICT-me 

Using Skype in WiTT
Kristina Mihalec | 9 April 2005
A simple explanation of Skype and a few personal tests. 

Lost in the Internet "jungle"
Alyona Dorosh | 14 March 2005
I am absolutely sure that I remember my first experience using Internet for the rest of my life. And every time I do, I will smile, because such an incredible and funny story is worth remembering often! 

A virtual, living ’building’
Valentina Pellizzer | 14 March 2005
Both virtual and real life metaphors can help us to locate ourselves in the world and to express our thoughts more easily. 

16 Days of Activism 2004 in Bosnia and Herzegovina
Taida Horozovic | 13 February 2005
For the global campaign of 16 Days of Activism 2004 fighting violence against women, an informal group of young women and men activists from Sarajevo organized their calendar of activities for Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH). With a low budget and with at least 200% of enthusiasm dedicated to the action (add all available talents to that) the result was a dynamic plan for implementing activities during the period between Nov. 25th and Dec. 10th. 

Nat’s Adventure of Obtaining Her Majesty - The Estonian Visa
Natasa Stevanic | 17 December 2004
or Nat’s Attending the Estonaian Seminar on Information Policy & Law Adventure or How ICT’s can fail in real life 

archive:

Nat’s Adventure of Obtaining Her Majesty – The Estonian Visa Part 2
Natasa Stevanic | 16 December 2004

Nat’s Adventure of Obtaining Her Majesty – The Estonian Visa Part 3
Natasa Stevanic | 15 December 2004

What to do with the command line?! and BE careful with animation effects!
Maria Velichkova | 28 October 2004

Giving blood for WITT
Natasa Stevanic | 26 October 2004

Moving away from my parent’s place spiced up with getting my own PC
Natasa Stevanic | 28 February 2004

Women cannot be Linux administrators?
Ana Zorbic | 6 February 2004



WITT FP Serbia training - Audio for Web

green bullet Mila&SeMra Record
green bullet Impressions from WITT Serbia Training
green bullet My First Audio

WITT bulletin

green bullet The 11th AWID International Forum on Women’s Rights and Development
green bullet November 19, Brussels: ADA Congress 2007, Empowering Youth and Women Towards ICT
green bullet February 8, 2008: Women in Open Source Conference
green bullet The Women’s Summit 2007: Putting Women at the Heart of Development
green bullet Freelance writers wanted for APCNews!

green bullet My Impressions from the AWID Forum 2005
green bullet ICT books and online materials for self-education for women
green bullet Invitation: Women and ICTs at the European Feminist Forum
green bullet Women and Free Software: are we strategic enough?
green bullet ICT Local Training In Macedonia, Report
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