As the Webmaker project matures from an experiment in teaching the web to a community-driven hub for making, you may have noticed a few changes to the look of Webmaker.org lately. One of the changes we are most excited about … Continue reading
Posts from July, 2013
Macaw — A responsive web tool that creates clean HTML and CSS from a Photoshop-like fluid design process. Texting fox — A fox in Norway steals a phone, answers a call, and texts the phone owner’s friend. Robot Parkour — … Continue reading
One of the great things about having the ability to pull together content from across the web into a dynamic, remixable video is that it allows us to create our own commentary on the culture that surrounds us. Recently, … Continue reading
Today we’re excited to announce the beta launch of a new, open learning standard for web literacy. This is part of Mozilla’s ongoing goal to create a generation of webmakers – those who can not only elegantly consume but write … Continue reading
This is was originally posted by Karen Smith, Community and Design Research, on the Hive NYC blog. Earlier in June, Chris Lawrence wrote a blog post about how the National Security Agency’s (NSA) PRISM surveillance program in the US can … Continue reading
If you are hosting a Maker Party event you can receive t-shirts and stickers and other great Mozilla gear…for free!
Firefox in Space — This planetary nebula in the constellation Cassiopeia looks strangely familiar. Hyperaudio — Web-based editing platform allows you to edit audio and video just like a text-based document. Grandma Drummer — Look who dropped into a … Continue reading
Here’s something cool: Philo van Kemenade, a creative technologist from London and Gilles Pradeau, a documentary filmmaker from France, have teamed up to run Popathon Europe, a series of open-source interactive online video storytelling workshops as part of the global … Continue reading
UNESCO has been using technology to reach under-served populations around the world and they’re calling for people to use Popcorn Maker to help remix educational videos, including ones they’re currently using in rural Pakistan.
You know how some things go together like peas and carrots? Well, it turns out that Open(Art) and Maker Party are just such a pair. Open(Art) is a joint initiative launched by Eyebeam and Mozilla to support creativity at the … Continue reading