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Lost in Boston is a general-purpose web tool that cities can use to get citizens involved in civic improvement projects.
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David Ardia, Daniel Schuman, and Micah Sifry What do citizens need to know when they publicly address legally challenging or dangerous topics? Journalists have always had the privilege, protected by statute, of not having to reveal th...
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Edward Erickson, Cisco Systems - Sr. Manager, Supply Chain Risk ManagementCrossroads 2006: Simulating Disruption to Business RecoveryEdward Erickson details how Cisco analyzes supply chain risk and then acts to reduce supply chain vulne...
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Between the Bars is a blogging platform for one out of every 142 Americans---prisoners---that makes it easy to blog on paper, using standard postal mail. It consists of software tools to make it easy to upload PDF scans of letters, crowd...
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MIT Center for Future Civic Media Director Chris Csikszentmihalyi and fellow researchers present the Center's most recent projects. From community mapping to news tracking, from collective action to rural empowerment, from cultural mi...
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For years, news organizations have been ambivalently confronting the idea of crowdsourcing. In contrast to other forms of "user innovation" that feature collaborations by highly skilled professionals, crowdsourcing exploits a largely unt...
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A Starr Forum event presented on February 22, 2010 A book talk with Victor Kattan and an introduction by Noam Chomsky About the author:Kattan is the author of more than half a dozen scholarly articles on the Arab-Israeli conflict in int...
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