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I went to an amazing exhibit today. Public, Private, Secret at the International Center of Photography in the East Village. The exhibit consisted of a variety of visual media, mostly […]
Standing door duty at one of the breakout sessions at Personal Democracy Forum, a session titled “Labs for Social and Economic Empowerment”, I hear a familiar refrain: I’m a student, […]
Some trends to think about: First, consider the shift from desktop and laptop computers towards mobile phones and tablets as most people’s primary source of computation, and their principal gateway to the […]
Robert: Good morning. Amman: Hello. Robert: Shall we begin? Amman: Yes. beat Robert: My people are worried, cousin. They sense that they are being misunderstood. Amman: I am aware. It is […]
I was studying probability with Hannah, a classmate of mine, earlier tonight and our conversation found its way to the kinds of work we might want to seek out after […]
Everyone on the trains always look so sad… – Dianne Dianne is a particularly special friend of mine, from long ago and far away. She recently wrapped up her undergrad career […]
Nearly five months in New York, and I feel like I’ve started to get acquainted with some of the social worlds humming and shifting in this city. The civic technologists, […]