And how to develop a science of intercommunication, which commenced when the wild animals began to travel in herds and to protect themselves from their enemies by a language of danger-signals, and to democratize
this science until the entire nation becomes self-conscious and able to act as one living being--that is the part of this universal problem which finally necessitated the invention of the telephone.
Thousand Neurons" is the latest effort by Inscopix to democratize
access to its technologies.
CBTec Oy is a social enterprise, with the mission to democratize
education with technology.
Even its supporters believe more effort is needed to truly democratize
Turkey and put an end to Turkey's decades-old problem with ethnic separatism.
Abdelati said Bashir had also offered to step down as head of the NCP, a move he said was part of a wider strategy to democratize
Reformer: the way to democratize
Muslim society is to empower Saudi women.
Our nations must be united in the struggle to democratize
the United Nations, united in their determination to preserve the world and all expressions of life within it, for the sake of the present and future generations, from the scourge of war among member states and acts of aggression such as those occurring in Iraq and Afghanistan,'' d'Escoto said in his acceptance speech delivered to member states at the General Assembly hall.
Community Internet could revolutionize and democratize
communications in this country.
Indeed, some observers, like Maslow, would say that it is blogs that finally delivered on the Internet's promise to democratize
We can further democratize
our park by designing a grand entrance at Atlantic Avenue and developing a Region 8 middle school in the park, which would broaden the year-round constituency for the park and make it an even better public benefit," added council member Bill de Blasio.
To successfully democratize
science demands that universities broaden their criteria for tenure so that scientists get credit from their colleagues for working with citizens.
Ironically, Teheran which may be the next target in the Bush administration's crusade to democratize
the "greater Middle East"--has benefited tremendously from the invasion and occupation of Iraq.