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Socializing technology

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FAO's Stephen Rudgard reflects on the ICT adoption session at the Japan Congress, moving people from accepting technology as a way of accessing information into a way to actively exchange information.

Moving towards e-agriculture

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Stephen Mesa from Papua New Guinea reflects on the usefulness of the Japan congress as a way to bring people together from around the workd to tackle new and emerging 'e' agendas.

Technological changes will enable greater accessibility

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Fedro Zazueta from the University of Florida reflects on incremental technological developments and their role in enhancing information accessibility.

Using Twitter to share information

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FAO's Gauri Salokhe and Michael Riggs explain why they use Twitter as a community support mechanism, and to share 'quick bites'of information with fellow enthusiasts.

Welcome to the 12th IAALD Congress (in Japanese)

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Tokyo, August 2008. Takashi Nagatsuka introduces the Japan 2008 Congress in Japanese.See more at http://iaald.blogspot.com Interview by Pier Andrea Pirani

Extending ICT use in agriculture in the Pacific

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Mereani Rokotibau form Fiji argues that ICTs have a strong potential to support Pacific agriculture - if the necessary capacities are extended.

Welcome to the 12th IAALD Congress

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Tokyo, August 2008. Peter Ballantyne introduces the Japan 2008 CongressSee more at http://iaald.blogspot.com

ICTs potential to support younger farmers in the Pacific

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Victor Kaihou from the Solomon Islands suggests that ICTs can be useful to support younger generations of agriculturalists in the Pacific.

Extending access by extending incentives

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Thomaz Bartol from Slovenia suggests that information can be made more accessible if scientists would be encouraged to produce 'hands-on' products. Interview by Peter Ballantyne

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