Use our methods DP0 (Design Project Zero) is a 90-minute (including debrief) fast-paced project though a full design cycle. Students pair up to interview each other, create a point-of-view, ideate, and make a new solution that is “useful and meaningful” to their partner. Two versions of DP0 are “The Wallet Project” and “The Gift-Giving Project”. Programme of experimentation in arts and politics Combining theoretical courses, practical exercises, and work on commissioned team projects, SPEAP offers students an opportunity to expand their skills through the acquisition of knowledge and know-how that is simultaneously conceptual, methodological, and technical. Core courses and practical workshops The SPEAP curriculum is designed to familiarize students with a range of skills and concepts, as well as to explore the points of articulation and connection between the scientific, artistic, and political fields.
First Look Code AutoCanary is a desktop program for Windows, Mac, and Linux that makes the process of generating machine-readable, digitally signed warrant canary statements simpler. A warrant canary is the colloquial term for a published statement that a service provider has not received legal process that it is prohibited from disclosing to the public, such as a national security letter. Once a service provider receives a legal request that contains a gag order, the canary statement is removed. For more information, see EFF’s Warrant Canary FAQ. How it Works
Should technology improve cities, or should cities improve technology? I was honoured this week to be invited to join the Academy of Urbanism, a society of professionals, academics and policy makers from a variety of backgrounds whose work is concerned in some way with cities. As a technology professional who has increasingly worked in an urban context over the past few years, I try to be as conscious of what I don’t know about cities as what I do; and I’m hoping that the Academy will offer me the opportunity to learn from its many expert members. In fact, in a discussion today with an expert from the property development sector, I found myself reversing my usual direction of thinking concerning the relationship between technology and cities: when asked “how can technology contribute to improving property development” I replied that I was more interested in the question “how can property development improve technology?”. (Photo of machines from the industrial revolution in Birmingham’s Science Museum by Chris Moore) (Photo byC.
With P2P Towards a Post-Capitalist Society * De Wereld Redden. Met P2P naar een post-kapitalische samenleving. Michel Bauwens en Jean Lievens. Houtekiet / Oikos, 2013 Please note: the original Flemish title for the book is “De Wereld Redden”, which translates to “Save the World” in English. Fact-Checking 'Homeland': The Real 'Tower of David' The most recent episode of “Homeland” took Brody to Venezuela. In the episode, “The Tower of David,” our pale-skinned hero is seen in custody, shaven-headed and gutshot, during a rendezvous on Venezuela’s jungle coastline, where one group of gun-wielding malandros (villains) hand him over to another. Brody, in a delirious state of writhing agony, lying in the back of a pickup, is driven to Caracas and into one of South America’s most apocalyptic urban fastnesses, the Tower of David. The Tower is a half-finished forty-five-story skyscraper-cum-ghetto that rises from the heart of downtown Caracas.
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civic technology This is a liveblog of the talk "Understanding America's Interested Bystander: A Complicated Relationship with Civic Duty," by Kate Krontiris, John Webb, Charlotte Krontiris, and Chris Chapman. Blogged by @natematias and @erhardt, with illustrations by @willowbl00. What motivates everyday people in America to do things that are civic, and how do we engage the unengaged? Kate Krontiris and John Webb shared the results of a major study carried out by Google's Civic Innovation team today at the Berkman Center for Internet and Society.
Resilience Alliance - Adaptive Cycle The model of the adaptive cycle was derived from the comparative study of the dynamics of ecosystems. It is meant to be a tool for thought. It focuses attention upon processes of destruction and reorganization, which are often neglected in favor of growth and conservation.