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  • MIT Center for Civic Media | Innovating civic media tools and practices together with communities
    sources a date range and some keywords to look for READ MORE Tools FOLD FOLD is an authoring and publishing platform for creating modular multimedia stories Some readers require greater context to understand complex stories READ MORE Blogs The Effects of Surveillance and Copyright Law on Speech Jon Penney at Berkman By J Nathan Matias on Apr 27 2016 From User to Citizen Erhardt Graeff at TICTec 2016 By Rahul

    Original URL path: https://civic.mit.edu/home (2016-04-29)
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  • Hiring a Technical Lead for Media Cloud | MIT Center for Civic Media
    interfaces for quantitative news analysis to platforms for crowd sourced sensing He has a special interest in how new technologies are introduced to people in settings focused on learning Rahul is a drummer and father based in Somerville MA Data Therapy Connection Lab Hiring a Technical Lead for Media Cloud Submitted by rahulb on January 28 2016 1 43pm Come help us build the next generation of tools to collect and understand online media coverage about issues that matter Our MediaCloud project is hiring a Technical Lead to shape both the concept and contribute to the hands on development of our existing tools and new ones This is an amazing chance to work on software that can directly impact our understanding of public health communication and gender norms online Lots of big data quantitative text analysis and social good We re looking for someone to work with us locally here in Cambridge MA or remotely the team is already scattered all over the world It d be helpful to have experience with managing and building out large software architectures for storing huge amounts of text data leading a team of developers and designers and good at delegating to them communicating

    Original URL path: https://civic.mit.edu/blog/rahulb/hiring-a-technical-lead-for-media-cloud (2016-04-29)
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  • Introducing DataBasic.io | MIT Center for Civic Media
    Rahul leads technical development on projects ranging from interfaces for quantitative news analysis to platforms for crowd sourced sensing He has a special interest in how new technologies are introduced to people in settings focused on learning Rahul is a drummer and father based in Somerville MA Data Therapy Connection Lab Introducing DataBasic io Submitted by rahulb on January 12 2016 11 31am We re pleased to announce the launch of DataBasic io a suite of simple web based tools and hands on activities that help you get started learning to work with data The tools are geared towards journalists non profits activist groups and students Rather than just building data tools to make a pretty charts we ve designed these with learners in mind and we made them fun We ve got three tools for you to start playing with WTFcsv WordCounter and SameDiff Pop on over to https databasic io and give them a try Right now we re supporting Spanish or English and it is accessible to visually impaired via screen readering software Don t forget to watch the short intro videos on each homepage and check out the activity guides DataBasic is the result of a

    Original URL path: https://civic.mit.edu/blog/rahulb/introducing-databasicio (2016-04-29)
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  • condry | MIT Center for Civic Media
    media theory and methods He founded and organizes the MIT Cool Japan research project which uses scholarly seminars interdisciplinary conferences and artistic events to examine the cultural connections dangerous distortions and critical potential of popular culture iancondry com MIT Cool Japan Research Project Recent blog posts by condry Miku Japan s virtual idol and media platform Submitted by condry on July 11 2011 11 27am On Saturday July 2 I attended an unusual live show the US debut of a virtual idol from Japan I think she can tell us something about civic media Miku Hatsune performed at the Nokia Center in Los Angeles part of the festivities at Anime Expo The sold out concert drew over 4000 fans many in costume who screamed and waved glowsticks as Miku rose out of the floor a human size image projected on stage alongside live musicians Miku crooned and pranced along the length of a 20 long parabolic mirror never breaking a sweat as she tore through her set of mostly frenetic techno dance pop Video close ups of her and other band members were projected beside the stage She made a little small talk I m Miku nice to meet you

    Original URL path: https://civic.mit.edu/user/495%20 (2016-04-29)
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  • MIT Center for Civic Media | Innovating civic media tools and practices together with communities
    media sources a date range and some keywords to look for READ MORE Tools FOLD FOLD is an authoring and publishing platform for creating modular multimedia stories Some readers require greater context to understand complex stories READ MORE Blogs The Effects of Surveillance and Copyright Law on Speech Jon Penney at Berkman By J Nathan Matias on Apr 27 2016 From User to Citizen Erhardt Graeff at TICTec 2016 By

    Original URL path: https://civic.mit.edu/home?page=9 (2016-04-29)
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  • MIT Center for Civic Media | Innovating civic media tools and practices together with communities
    media sources a date range and some keywords to look for READ MORE Tools FOLD FOLD is an authoring and publishing platform for creating modular multimedia stories Some readers require greater context to understand complex stories READ MORE Blogs The Effects of Surveillance and Copyright Law on Speech Jon Penney at Berkman By J Nathan Matias on Apr 27 2016 From User to Citizen Erhardt Graeff at TICTec 2016 By

    Original URL path: https://civic.mit.edu/home?page=10 (2016-04-29)
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  • Javascript Developer for Live Streaming Site | MIT Center for Civic Media
    consulted with radio projects in Somalia Uganda and Cambodia He was most recently Chief Engineer of WERS in Boston where he helped students learn about radio broadcasting and analysed digital strategies and has previously work at Maine Public Radio and ESPN Radio Boston His interests include developing and improving information systems participatory civics and music Gordon holds a dual B A from the University of Virginia in Philosophy and Religious Studies Javascript Developer for Live Streaming Site Submitted by gordonm on December 23 2015 5 30pm MIT s Center for Civic Media is developing a new platform to add contextual information to live streaming video and search across multiple live streaming services allowing viewers to more deeply engage with live streams The site is built on Meteor js and we currently have an early beta version deployed at www deepstream tv We are looking to contract with a Boston area developer who wants to play an active role in continuing the development of features and refining the UI This position is part time between 15 and 25 hours a week for 3 5 months This period will include providing support for early users and integrating user feedback It will also include an onboarding period for knowledge transfer from the current developer We would like to hire by mid February 2016 Ideally you would be open to the idea of joining the project on a longer term basis if we are able to secure additional funding You will be working closely with researcher and designer of the platform Ideally you would be Boston based and able to work with us on site at the Media Lab in Cambridge but we d make an exception for a candidate who is a great fit Qualifications Strong knowledge of JavaScript Experience developing with Meteor

    Original URL path: https://civic.mit.edu/blog/gordonm/javascript-developer-for-live-streaming-site (2016-04-29)
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  • MIT Center for Civic Media | Innovating civic media tools and practices together with communities
    media sources a date range and some keywords to look for READ MORE Tools FOLD FOLD is an authoring and publishing platform for creating modular multimedia stories Some readers require greater context to understand complex stories READ MORE Blogs The Effects of Surveillance and Copyright Law on Speech Jon Penney at Berkman By J Nathan Matias on Apr 27 2016 From User to Citizen Erhardt Graeff at TICTec 2016 By

    Original URL path: https://civic.mit.edu/home?page=11 (2016-04-29)
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