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  • kdriscoll | MIT Center for Civic Media
    video is not the only thing lost however Along with access to the video YouTube disables access to all accompanying information the title tags description comments related videos response videos ratings and number of views While S 512 c 1 of the DMCA certainly compels the wise service provider to disable the allegedly infringing video they could do so without ripping a node out of the network like a bandage

    Original URL path: https://civic.mit.edu/users/kdriscoll (2016-04-29)
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  • Lisa Williams | MIT Center for Civic Media
    dawtcom You can also reach me via Twitter where I am lisawilliams Placeblogger Recent blog posts by Lisa Williams The Community Whiteboard Test Does your new community project prioritize participation or passivity Submitted by Lisa Williams on July 20 2009 3 26pm Anyone who s worked in the software industry is familiar with the legacy problem the fact that it s often easier to build something new from scratch than it is to overhaul and extend an existing system I certainly believed that the Legacy Conundrum applied to news sites that it would be easier in many ways to create a community site from scratch than it would be to effectively integrate community features into the website of your average metro daily newspaper in North America As the broad shakeout in news industry continues I see more and more from scratch projects What have I found It s not necessarily easier to build a community site from scratch at least not with a major mental overhaul first This year I ve read dozens of project descriptions from news organizations or individuals with experience in those organizations for new community sites but fewer than a handful have more than the bare minimum of participatory features most are simply another website that gives a visitor a message that their job here is to passively consume information Google Plus One Tweet Widget Facebook Like Read more about The Community Whiteboard Test Does your new community project prioritize participation or passivity Lisa Williams s blog Four Social Cues for News Submitted by Lisa Williams on May 13 2009 3 33pm Over the past few years a great deal of effort has been invested by traditional news organizations in making their websites look and feel more social I suspect that many within the industry have

    Original URL path: https://civic.mit.edu/users/lisa-williams (2016-04-29)
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  • hock | MIT Center for Civic Media
    behind them has become a significant part of my work These issues have been brought out over the past few days by the release and subsequent removal of a game on Apple s App Store that treats some of the very same concerns Phone Story created by radical game developer Molleindustria and partners including Yes Men incubator Yes Lab continues Molleindustria s attempt to reappropriate video games as a popular form of mass communication and investigate the persuasive potentials of the medium by subverting mainstream video gaming cliché It s the latest in a portfolio of explorations into issues like the impact of the petrol era and creations like every day the same dream that question the narratives of dominant ideology Each of these explorations takes a slightly different form Google Plus One Tweet Widget Facebook Like Read more about Faced with an app what can you do hock s blog 2 comments Sourcemap d Grain Drain in the Rocky Mountain West Submitted by hock on February 17 2011 2 18pm This is part of what we hope will be a larger series a more comprehensive look at the communities using Sourcemap and those interesting uses they have developed The

    Original URL path: https://civic.mit.edu/users/hock (2016-04-29)
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  • nadav | MIT Center for Civic Media
    by nadav UN Global Pulse Camp 1 0 Submitted by nadav on December 5 2010 9 35pm Photo credit Christopher Fabian of UNICEF Global Pulse Just got back from the UN Pulse Camp 1 0 Global Pulse is a new and quite ambitious UN initiative to improve evidence based decision making and close the information gap between the onset of a global crisis and the availability of actionable information to protect the vulnerable Full overview at http www unglobalpulse org about Google Plus One Tweet Widget Facebook Like Read more about UN Global Pulse Camp 1 0 nadav s blog Money as Media Submitted by nadav on December 17 2009 11 25am Seems that Iranian activists are using banknotes to relay messages http payvand com blog blog 2009 11 16 exhibit iranian banknotes uprising Make sure to check it out and see all the examples of the modified banknotes From the post Anti government activists are not allowed to express themselves in Iranian media so theses activists have taken their expressions to another high circulation mass medium banknotes The Central Bank of Iran has tried to take these banknotes out of circulation but there are just too many of them and gave up For the activists people it s a way of saying We are here and the green movement is going on Lets see what we get when we analyze this from a data communications perspective Google Plus One Tweet Widget Facebook Like Read more about Money as Media nadav s blog Iranian Government s version of privatization Submitted by nadav on September 29 2009 11 42pm A few days ago the Iranian government completed the process of privatizing the Iranian national telecommunications company Sounds great right Less state control more public sector involvement free market and all that

    Original URL path: https://civic.mit.edu/users/nadav (2016-04-29)
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  • rborovoy | MIT Center for Civic Media
    10 59pm The Junkyard Jumboron is a really quick web based way to combine many people s laptops 9 12 20 into a giant eye catching display It s useful for when you re organizing a rally and you wan to draw the interest of passers by when you ve assembled a cool collection of people and you want to capture a unique photograph of the event when your organization has a storefront and you want to call attention to your cause All it takes is 3 steps to set up a Junkyard Jumbotron 1 Collect people s laptops smartphones etc and arrange them in a grid on a table in people s arms etc Any device with a web browser will work 2 Point each device at a special url 3 Take a picture of the screens and the special glyphs that show up on them thanks to the special url and send it to a special email address see left image below Now anyone can send arbitrary images to the Junkyard Jumbotron via email see right image below Google Plus One Tweet Widget Facebook Like Read more about Help Us Develop the Junkyard Jumbotron rborovoy s blog 2 comments Rick Borovoy unveils first LostInBoston org sign outside MassArt Submitted by rborovoy on October 30 2009 12 33pm Rick Borovoy Visiting Scientist at the MIT Media Lab and the Center for Future Civic Media proudly unveils the first Lost in Boston sign LostInBoston org is a general purpose web tool that cities can use to get citizens involved in civic improvement projects Google Plus One Tweet Widget Facebook Like Read more about Rick Borovoy unveils first LostInBoston org sign outside MassArt rborovoy s blog Rick s Startup Whiteboard 3 Designing a Validation Trajectory for your Startup Submitted by rborovoy

    Original URL path: https://civic.mit.edu/users/rborovoy (2016-04-29)
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  • evlrbot | MIT Center for Civic Media
    of important details I hope that attending this workshop will help me improve pitching Red Ink to audiences with short attention spans Google Plus One Tweet Widget Facebook Like Read more about Reynolds Journalism Institute FTW evlrbot s blog MIT 100K Fail Submitted by evlrbot on March 12 2010 11 26am In the last few weeks and months I ve been putting a lot of thought into what Red Ink will function like in the real world This means dealing with the fundamental issue of what business model makes sense for supporting a data sharing platform of this nature To that end I wrote up a business plan for MIT s 100K Business Plan Competition Qualifying entries receive legal and venture mentors from the Boston Cambridge area to help develop their idea into fully fledged start up venture The winner of the competition receives 100 000 in money to get their vision off the ground Google Plus One Tweet Widget Facebook Like Read more about MIT 100K Fail evlrbot s blog Five Ways To Use Green Data Submitted by evlrbot on November 30 2009 11 10am In both of my talks I mention that data is powerful but did not delve deeply into the epistemology of that idea or its practical applications It is certainly a weak point in our discussion Luckily there are people out there smarter than I doing the dirty work to make the case Five ways to use green data and make money a recent article from the Harvard Business Review presents several illustrative scenarios of using reality mining data to affect behavioral change Google Plus One Tweet Widget Facebook Like Read more about Five Ways To Use Green Data evlrbot s blog Media Lab Crit Day Submitted by evlrbot on November 27 2009 11 09am

    Original URL path: https://civic.mit.edu/users/evlrbot (2016-04-29)
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  • sawylie | MIT Center for Civic Media
    as a co founder of Public Laboratory for Open Technology and Science PLOTS She is Public Lab s director of Toxics and Health Research For the Center for Civic Media she co founded and co directed the ExtrAct Project with Chris Csikszentmihályi She is currently finishing up her Ph D in MIT s History Anthropology Science Technology and Society Program All content Attribution ShareAlike 3 0 United States CC BY

    Original URL path: https://civic.mit.edu/users/sawylie (2016-04-29)
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  • Contact | MIT Center for Civic Media
    Cinco Chelsea Barabas Chris Peterson D Denise Cheng Edward L Platt Edward Schiappa Emilie Reiser Erhardt Graeff Eric French Ethan Zuckerman Gabi Schaffzin Gordon Mangum Guillermo Hailey Lee Heather Craig Helena Puig Larrauri Ian Condry J Nathan Matias Jing Wang Joanna Kao Jude Mwenda Ntabathia Julia Ma Kalpana Jain Kate Crawford Katie Arthur Kyle Yuan Leo Bonanni Leo Burd Lilia Kilburn Lorrie LeJeune Luis Capelo Luis Natera Luisa Beck M C McGrath Marco Bani Mary Kenefake Matt Carroll Matt Stempeck Maya Wagoner Miho Kitagawa Mine Bek Mitchel Resnick Molly Sauter Pablo Rey Mazon Rahul Bhargava Rekha Murthy Ricarose Roque Rodrigo Davies Rogelio Alejandro Lopez Samuel Barros Sands Fish Sarah Jane Huber Sasha Costanza Chock Sayamindu Dasgupta Sean Flynn Stella Cao Stephen Suen Sue Schardt Sun Huan Wang Yu William Uricchio Willow Brugh Yesica Guerra Польза Contact To reach a specific researcher or staff member by email please refer to the MIT Directory Key Contacts Administrative Program Inquiries Lorrie LeJeune Assistant Director 617 324 4316 Physical address The Media Laboratory Wiesner Building E15 Room 344 20 Ames Street Cambridge MA 02139 campus map Mailing address Center for Civic Media Massachusetts Institute of Technology Building E15 344 77 Massachusetts Avenue Cambridge MA

    Original URL path: https://civic.mit.edu/node/2845 (2016-04-29)
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