About The Freelance Netizen ~
Our research and commentary explores the interdisciplinary connections between Information & Communication Technologies and the history of information culture, civil rights and social action. It critically assesses the digital citizen as the intercultural confluence of global dialectics. A typical editorial at TFN might explore the present and future directions of Intercultural Information Ethics and its crossroads with the latest WikiLeaks debate.
TFN provides a crossroads between the academic applications of philosophy, technology and culture with current events, looking to philosophies of communication and information as a platform for addressing questions of digital ontology.
The objective of TFN is to further expertise in intercultural editing and writing for academic and scholarly communications and current events, both on a local and global scale, by researching and structuring innovative dialogue towards a citizen engagement of Information & Communication Technologies (ICTs) through an understanding of the nature of information.