Posts from May, 2011

Knight-Mozilla Initiative: ‘Hacking the Future of Journalism’ at University of Dundee (fuel provided by Irn Bru!)

dchinniah

Hosted by Product Design Dundee — in collaboration with Mozilla, Knight Foundation & Hack/Hackers Edinburgh. Do you have ideas for how news and journalism can be edgier, cooler, and more interactive online? Are you a web developer, designer or just … Continue reading

Student Outreach: Projects from HCI Students at A.I. Cuza University (Iasi, Romania) Kick-Off & Gather Speed!

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Over 70 students have enrolled for the HCI discipline within the Master on Software Engineering and Master of Computational Linguistics course at the A.I. Cuza University. Led by Dr. Sabin Buraga, the teams of students are tackling solutions from a … Continue reading

Knight-Mozilla Initiative: Think, Hack, Make & Jam in London at the Guardian

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Hosted by the Guardian — Join Mozilla, Knight Foundation & Hacks/Hackers London in London, for an all-day brainstorm and design jam about the ‘Future of Journalism Online‘. Do you have ideas for how news and journalism can be edgier, cooler, … Continue reading

Chromeless 0.3

Lloyd Hilaiel

A new version of Chromeless is tagged which includes new features and bug fixes. This post will tour some of the more interesting features, while a complete summary is a available in the ChangeLog. A Gallery Of Applications Inside the … Continue reading

Student Outreach: Franco Papeschi (Web Foundation) — Visits, Listens & Mentors ~ Ashesi HCI students

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A guest post by, Franco Papeschi… As part of my job at the Web Foundation – I am quite often working in Accra (Ghana) – helping with the creation of a solid community of entrepreneurs, developers, designers passionate about mobile … Continue reading

Knight-Mozilla Initiative: Challenge 2 – Beyond Comment Threads

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Over the next few weeks, the Knight Foundation and Mozilla are running a series of news innovation challenges. The goal: get the world’s smartest hackers, designers, and tech-savvy journalists thinking about how news organizations can harness the open web. We … Continue reading