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Entries by Andy Miah from 02/2010

The Vancouver 2010 Olympic Games: Predicting The First Major Controversy -- New Media Activism

| Posted 02.08.2010 | Sports

The Vancouver 2010 Games are unique in at least one important aspect: they are the first genuinely digital and mobile Olympic Games. New media allies are already in place across the city.

The Opening Ceremony of the Olympic Games

| Posted 02.12.2010 | Sports

While the Winter Olympics attracts fewer viewers than the summer games, the event is no less pivotal in terms of how it defines the hosting city's emotional attachment to the occasion.

Augmented Reality and Olympic Sport

| Posted 02.16.2010 | Sports

The appeal of bringing new experiences to the Olympic audience, coupled with the potential to construct new streams of revenue through new mobile applications, may be far too great for the IOC to resist

Doping at the Vancouver Olympics

| Posted 02.17.2010 | Sports

While there may be widespread support for cleansing sport of doping, we should consider why we spend time prohibiting performance enhancement when we ask athletes to break the known limits of human capability.

Why Britain's Media are Failing at The Vancouver Olympic Games

| Posted 02.20.2010 | Media

The British media are risking their own credibility in focusing too much on a single story with relatively limited evidence to support its claims.