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Chapter 8: The Digital Places of Everyday Life: Thinking about Activism and the Internet

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The Digital Places of Everyday Life: Thinking about Activism and the Internet
The digital places of everyday life: Thinking about activism and the internet

Once I had clicked on the ‘Like’ icon on the Cittaslow International Facebook page, I began to receive status posts from the movement (publically available at http://www.Facebook.com/cittaslow). Most were in Italian, although some were in English. They alerted me to media reports about Italian Cittaslow towns, less frequently to events and activities in Cittaslow member towns elsewhere, and the up-and-coming international ‘Cittaslow Sunday’ to be held on 26 September 2010 in member towns across the globe. The day after I joined, I received the news post that the Facebook page now had over 1,500 fans. I started to feel a new closeness ...

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