Eric Cissell's Blog – November 2010 Archive (4)

Spice Up Your Search Results

Whether it be (and certainly not limited to) Ask, Bing, Google, or Yahoo, I’ll quickly admit that there is not a lack of viable search engines on the Web. One might think that there would be little room to improve upon established search engines. However, the rapid evolution and adoption of media and communication forms, especially social networking sites, provides a new opportunity to bridge the gap between established and emerging sources of information.… Continue

Added by Eric Cissell on November 21, 2010 at 9:23pm — 2 Comments

Member Spotlight: Arnold Zeman

One of the primary strengths of is the network of members from such diverse backgrounds. now includes academics, practitioners, scholars, professionals, students, 'newbies,' and those interested in getting involved in Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR). The network has experienced rapid growth in a short period of time--a testament to the high level of interest in ADR, as well as a strong desire to collaborate and learn from other members.

To continue… Continue

Added by Eric Cissell on November 15, 2010 at 1:33pm — No Comments

Technology (ICT) in Peacebuilding

Since Cyberweek, I have had the opportunity to research different information and communication technology (ICT) platforms that were either designed or adopted to support peace-building efforts. The interest was sparked after participating in Jeff Aresty and Ruha Devanesan’s presentation on the Internet Bar Organization’s (IBO) Microcommerce Justice Initiatives. The IBO has successfully brought communities online to participate in the global marketplace…


Added by Eric Cissell on November 7, 2010 at 10:00pm — 1 Comment

Case Study - Dispute System Design

In the following paragraphs, a brief case study will be presented which covers an incident during a basketball game run by a local recreational league for a community.

After the third quarter, two teams were deadlocked in a stalemate. The teams were exchanging leads, as well as a fair share of physical knocks. Tension continued to rise as the game approached the end of regulation. Neither team… Continue

Added by Eric Cissell on November 2, 2010 at 1:46pm — No Comments

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