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  • natera | MIT Center for Civic Media
    the citizens His main areas of research are in networked communities and social movements He writes at CiudadPixel mx and work in projects related to citizen participation public spaces and technology luisnatera com CiudadPixel mx Recent blog posts by natera Alfredo Corchado in conversation with Ethan Zuckerman Live Blog Submitted by natera on April 10 2015 5 05pm This is a liveblog of the talk between Alfredo Corchado and Ethan Zuckerman Blogged by Luis Natera with illustrations by willowbl00 Alfredo Corchado is a Mexican American Journalist He is the Mexico Bureau Chief of the Dallas Morning News and author of the book Midnight in Mexico Ethan Zuckerman introduces Alfredo as one of the leading journalists today trying to explain what s going on in Mexico Alfredo borned in Mexico and raised in the US went back to Mexico in 2003 as part of the Dallas Morning News with the idea of continuing to cover the relations between Mexico and the US but he quickly ran into the violence and was forced to deal with and report the issue Google Plus One Tweet Widget Facebook Like Read more about Alfredo Corchado in conversation with Ethan Zuckerman Live Blog natera s blog

    Original URL path: https://civic.mit.edu/users/natera (2016-04-29)
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  • luisabeck | MIT Center for Civic Media
    and how to involve more people in the process She grew up in Germany and California During and after her undergraduate years at UC Berkeley she worked in Chennai Goettingen Munich Duesseldorf and New York She s most recently made her home in Somerville and you can find her studying and making maps audio documentaries designing workshops asking Python questions on Stackoverflow or scoping out community art projects All content

    Original URL path: https://civic.mit.edu/users/luisabeck (2016-04-29)
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  • Shidash | MIT Center for Civic Media
    AWP has also been experimenting with some new tools and methods in leaking which you can read about in the AWP case study interview on LeaksWiki or the same interview below Google Plus One Tweet Widget Facebook Like Read more about Associated Whistleblowing Press Interview Shidash s blog LeaksWiki Continues and Cryptome Interview Submitted by Shidash on January 7 2013 2 44pm I really loved working on LeaksWiki for Intro to Civic Media so I will be continuing the project I am going to do an interview every couple weeks and keep adding information to the wiki Of course I also hope that others add to LeaksWiki Sasha suggested I do blog posts with my interviews from LeaksWiki I think this is a great idea so I will be posting one interview a week for the next few weeks and on some schedule after that This week I am starting with my Cryptome interview Cryptome is one of the longest running leaking websites and one of the most radically transparent John Young makes some fascinating points I had never considered before Google Plus One Tweet Widget Facebook Like Read more about LeaksWiki Continues and Cryptome Interview Shidash s blog LeaksWiki Transparency for the future of leaking Submitted by Shidash on December 13 2012 1 06am For my Intro to Civic Media final project I made LeaksWiki LeaksWiki is a wiki about leaking organizations the tools and methods used in leaking and how leaking can improve in the future The goal of LeaksWiki is to make leaking safer easier and more effective through a transparent understanding and analysis of leaking organizations Both LeaksWiki and my final paper present a framework of leaking ideologies from radical transparency to selective release They also explore a general leaking process that all leaking organizations roughly

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  • Marco Bani | MIT Center for Civic Media
    and Sustainability at Scuola Superiore Sant Anna Pisa Italy where I m trying to merge my two identities one as academic and the other as politician researching about the promotion of democracy through the Internet and social media I have written 2 books in Italian Srebrenica per non dimenticare on the Bosnian genocide and Italia ce la puoi fare on the future of my country My best quote which reflect my lifestyle is I m a pessimist because of intelligence but an optimist because of will Antonio Gramsci Food lover bad cooker Recent blog posts by Marco Bani Augmented Politics No Obstacle Between You and the White House Submitted by Marco Bani on December 12 2012 9 28pm Google Plus One Tweet Widget Facebook Like Read more about Augmented Politics No Obstacle Between You and the White House Marco Bani s blog 5 resources for citizen mapping Submitted by Marco Bani on October 23 2012 7 09pm The potential applications of the civic mapping to empower the citizens are promising from location aware participative democracy initiatives such as gauging public support for civic planning to the reporting of urban problems such as blight or requesting snow cleanup Listed below 5 projects which using web platforms help citizens to foster better policy advocacy community engagement organizing and city planning In all these cases we can also talk of citizen mapping underlining the active role of each member in a community Google Plus One Tweet Widget Facebook Like Read more about 5 resources for citizen mapping Marco Bani s blog AugmentedPolitics project update and call for participation Submitted by Marco Bani on October 15 2012 8 05pm While news is getting more and more through online sites with the under 30 who rise the average rate we know so little of what is perceived at the level of civic understanding The language related to politics may be familiar to journalists and members of the various democratic processes but we have no evidence of what is the average level of understanding of an article which contain terms related political activity or glossary In addition the proliferation of online communication and the contacts balkanization caused by social media makes it harder to understand what is the most simple and immediate way to be in touch with either institutional representative or party members The official e mail The facebook profile The twitter channel The speed with too often news online are consumed does not allow an in depth understanding possible with a simple query on a search engine or by a Wikipedia visit Google Plus One Tweet Widget Facebook Like Read more about AugmentedPolitics project update and call for participation Marco Bani s blog Theory for social change a basic infographic Submitted by Marco Bani on October 9 2012 10 08am Which are the key issues for social change How many keys do we need to open the door of change What if the door is stuck Does it mean that we need more pressure

    Original URL path: https://civic.mit.edu/users/marco-bani (2016-04-29)
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  • mkenefake | MIT Center for Civic Media
    board and local city government TPS 14 I decided to pursue an individual project aside from anchoring and writing for The Newsdesk in my senior year of high school I wanted to make a documentary I think my documentary is a great example of a small scale civic media project that failed although at the time I had no idea what civic media was Google Plus One Tweet Widget Facebook Like Read more about My Failed Civic Media Project mkenefake s blog What is Civic Media Again Reflecting on Intro to Civic Media Submitted by mkenefake on December 4 2011 4 14pm This week we were asked to re read our first blog post for Intro to Civic Media and to reflect upon whether or not our views have changed What remained the same My definition was Any medium that creates information flow to a community or communities in order to foster participatory spirit in decision making The last part of my definition to foster participatory spirit in decision making was meant not only to mean government decision making but any decisions an individual or community will face I still agree with this definition as I have learned the types of media covered in this course have been extremely broad What Changed In the beginning of the course I didn t think that the act of participating was a required part of my definition of civic media and my definition of Civic Media was more focused on spirit than action However after fourteen weeks of this course I have come to see that activism and action are central to the field of civic media Google Plus One Tweet Widget Facebook Like Read more about What is Civic Media Again Reflecting on Intro to Civic Media mkenefake s blog Case studies

    Original URL path: https://civic.mit.edu/users/mkenefake (2016-04-29)
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  • MattCarroll | MIT Center for Civic Media
    how we create disseminate and consume media MattCarroll s blog Breaking down the language barrier between developers and journalists Submitted by MattCarroll on May 20 2014 11 57am By Caty Arevalo Aleszu Bajak and Matt Carroll It ended with dramatic insightful presentations on video gaming and addiction possible gender disparities in Medicare payments and how drug cartels might hinder shale oil exploration in Mexico The middle was a rush of frantic coding reporting and research fueled with a stream of coffee soda pizza and donuts And at the beginning were more than 20 journalists developers and others interested in breaking down the cultural barriers that can cause communication problems between reporters and coders It was a one day hackathon at the Media Lab on Sunday May 18 with the long but descriptive title of Breaking down the language barrier between developers and journalists Hashtag Digitalfluency Link https gist github com s2tephen 50d727d41f64dcb0f123 Google Plus One Tweet Widget Facebook Like Read more about Breaking down the language barrier between developers and journalists MattCarroll s blog Let s help students create cool tools for newsrooms Submitted by MattCarroll on March 7 2014 12 11pm That basically sums up my new job at the MIT Media Lab s Center for Civic Media working for Ethan Zuckerman I ll be working with students inside the lab The idea is to find projects students are working on or pieces of projects that can help newsrooms communicate better with readers or that help reporters and editors do their jobs better or that bring in revenue for news organizations Any other possibilities or ideas Love to hear them I d be lying if I said I saw a clear path forward any plans I m developing could be thrown out in an instant But my goal now

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  • mstem | MIT Center for Civic Media
    promise and reality of open data reminds wide Google Plus One Tweet Widget Facebook Like Read more about Unpacking open data power politics and the influence of infrastructures mstem s blog Joi Ito s 9 Principles of the Media Lab Submitted by mstem on June 24 2014 2 59pm Joi Ito s 9 Principles of the Media Lab from MIT CMS Writing on Vimeo Liveblogged at civicmedia with help from Ed Platt Any errors are likely ours Joi Ito joi Director of the MIT Media Lab is here to share his nine principles Nearly thirty years ago when the Media Lab was founded the internet was about connecting together supercomputers The Media Lab was all about empowering the individual and making everything digital The Lab s founder Nicholas Negroponte wrote Being Digital Google Plus One Tweet Widget Facebook Like Read more about Joi Ito s 9 Principles of the Media Lab mstem s blog The Civic Project Carousel Submitted by mstem on June 24 2014 12 31pm Rahul Bhargava introduces the Civic Media Bingo session a whirlwind introduction to Civic s many interesting projects Nathan Matias starts off with NewsPad a tool he created with Andres Monroy Hernandez at Microsoft and Eventful which Andres and Elena Agapie created to carry on the work Nathan sees NewsPad filling the need for events that don t currently get reported on like neighborhood yard sales Nathan cites Wikipedia s cooperative online news reporting as the exception in a field of single user news curation tools like Storify Newspad is designed to let curators pull together a seed post that additional contributors can join Google Plus One Tweet Widget Facebook Like Read more about The Civic Project Carousel mstem s blog Thinking ethically about our relationships with social robots Submitted by mstem on November

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  • mayawagon | MIT Center for Civic Media
    civic media research and pedagogy and to help design an educational game for the World Bank While in the Bay Area she was a core organizer of Code for San Francisco and worked as a usability researcher for Intel She is interested in interfaces and edges of all kinds and would like to spend her time at MIT developing a design practice based around research justice and community participation in the creation of digital services In her spare time she can be found wandering into spaces she s never been to before navigating the awkwardness of ethnic ambiguity and participating in secret santas year round Recent blog posts by mayawagon Liveblog of Research in the Mo ve ment Civic Media Political Unrest and the Role of the University Submitted by mayawagon on June 11 2015 8 18am Moderator Susan Owusu Director of Wheelock College s Communications and Media Literacy program Panelists Google Plus One Tweet Widget Facebook Like Read more about Liveblog of Research in the Mo ve ment Civic Media Political Unrest and the Role of the University mayawagon s blog Boston Civic Media Conference Institutions Panel Submitted by mayawagon on June 10 2015 10 58am This is a liveblog account created by Christina Wilson Becky Michelson Alex Eby and Jedd Cohen at the Boston Civic Media Metrics Methods Conferen ce Crossposted to the Engagement Lab blog Google Plus One Tweet Widget Facebook Like Read more about Boston Civic Media Conference Institutions Panel mayawagon s blog Boston Civic Media Conference Methods Submitted by mayawagon on June 10 2015 10 30am This is a liveblog account contributed to by Christina Wilson Becky Michelson and Sarah Zaidan at the Boston Civic Media Metrics Methods Conference Crossposted to the Engagement Lab blog What are the benefits of quantitative versus qualitative research Are

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