What new ways of gathering and presenting information are evolving from the nexus of government transparency and digital connectedness?
Minnesota Public Radio’s Linda Fantin and Sunlight Foundation’s Ellen Miller discuss how new ways of gathering and presenting information are evolving from a nexus of government openness and digital connectedness.
Advanced researchers from the Center for Future Civic Media describe their work and offer live demonstrations of their computing wizardry.
Chris Csikszentmihalyi spoke with the Cleveland Plain Dealer and the Washington Post earlier this month about using the web for activism—and its both radically great and oddly superficial potential for effecting change.
From its early days the Comparative Media Studies program has worked with partners from all over MIT. It has collaboration written in its genes.
“Landman Report Card will help landowners in any state navigate the government and corporate databases.”
Chris Csikszentmihalyi, of the MIT Media Lab and CMS’ sister group the Center for Future Civic Media, has announced the launch of the Landman Report Card.