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Our lives are increasingly mediated by computers and data – a shift that is becoming more and more natural to us. From Data.gov to real-time municipal bus information, data in many forms from many sources is being made available and reco...
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Recorded by Cambridge Community Television... NeighborMedia Presents: From the Net to Your Neighborhood Panel Discussion Whether you want to raise awareness about an important local issue or gather people for a community event, you can...
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Placeblogger is a site where you can search for local sources of news, information, and community near where you live, work and travel. In this video, founder Lisa Williams describes Placeblogger's use and potential.
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The Open Park project looks to define an 'ideal' or at least improved model and practice for online collaborative news-reporting and -writing. As newsrooms across the country and beyond are grappling with the new economic realities of...
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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 c...
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Elizabeth Goldring is an artist, poet and Senior Fellow at MIT's Center for Advanced Visual Studies. Her collaborative research at CAVS includes visualizing her own vision loss and developing both a visual language and "seeing machine" ...
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Watch this film from the MIT Science Reporter on Underwater Photography and the process developed and used by Doc Edgerton and the Woods Hole Institute to name a few. An overview is given through an interview with Doc Edgerton himself. [...
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What would you do with a gel that dramatically changes color in response to heat, water and salt? As this ScienCentral News video explains, the uses could range from color-changing clothes to monitoring food safety. - MIT engineer Ned T...
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