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    • MIT Media Lab (PARTICIPATORY) MEDIA CIVIC INVOLVEMENT CIVIC MEDIA
    • MIT Media Lab protests organized online cc flickr photo by cisc1970
    • MIT Media Lab protests organized online cc flickr photo by cisc1970 viral video campaigns
    • MIT Media Lab protests organized online cc flickr photo by cisc1970 viral video campaigns “facebook revolutions”
    • MIT Media Lab protests organized online cc flickr photo by cisc1970 viral video campaigns “facebook revolutions” DIY “cyberwar”
    • MIT Media Lab enthusiasm skepticism
    • MIT Media Lab exaggeration and distortion
    • MIT Media Lab exaggeration and distortion slacktivism
    • MIT Media Lab exaggeration and distortion slacktivism mis/disinformation
    • MIT Media Lab exaggeration and distortion slacktivism mis/disinformation oversimplification and backlash
    • MIT Media Lab CIVIC MEDIA Tools that help communities express themselves Tools to study media attention and frames Digital Civics
    • MIT Media Lab expression and amplificatoin
    • Vojo is a free and open-source platform to create, share and publish multimedia stories directly from your phone
    • MIT CENTER FOR CIVIC MEDIA The Institute for Popu- lar Education in South- ern California has worked with low-wage immigrant laborers for more than 20 years. With the negative portrayal of immigrants in the news, IDEPSCA knew there needed to be a way for immigrants to tell their own story, and easily. IDEPSCA teamed up with USC Annenberg School of Communication to collaborate directly with immigrants on what this could look like. After many surveys, interviews and codesign workshops, VozMob was born. VozMob transformed cell phones into media cre- ation devices. By calling in and messaging, users could create multimedia stories incorporating text, photos and audio record- ings. As groups around the world learned about Voz- Mob, they wanted to do the same thing to serve their communities. The code was free software, but nonprofits and grass- roots groups often lack in-house developers and resources to maintain a robust digital platform. MIT Center for Civic Media took up the challenge, developing VOJO as a hosted instance of Voz- Mob where groups could encourage their commu- nities to share their sto- ries. THE STORY BEHIND VOJO
    • 21 Days in Cambridge gives voice to people's questions about domestic violence. Residents' questions, collected via Vojo, will drive new policy.
    • v www.erasetheborder.com
    • Between the Bars mail-based blogging for incarcerated populations MIT Media Lab
    • Data Therapy helping community groups present their data creatively
    • MIT Media Lab mapping media ecosystems
    • pageonex.com
    • mediacloud.org
    • natematias.com/medialab/uknews-gender/
    • 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 1987 1989 1991 1993 1995 1997 1999 2001 2003 2005 2007 Content Gender, NYT Style 1987 - 2007 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 1 Jun 1995 1 Aug 1995 1 Oct 1995 1 Dec 1995 1 Feb 1996 1 Apr 1996 1 Jun 1996 1 Aug 1996 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 1 Jun 2004 1 Aug 2004 1 Oct 2004 1 Dec 2004 1 Feb 2005 1 Apr 2005 1 Jun 2005 1 Aug 2005 Winter 1995! Winter 2005! Winter articles are about just men or just women! Summer articles are about women and men together!
    • passing on
    • follow bias
    • natematias.com/medialab/gv-viewer/
    • natematias.com/medialab/gv-viewer/
    • fight  for   a*en-on fight  over   frame zimmerman not  trayvon celebrity trial ~8,000  stories   over  3  months 28$ 29$ 1$ 2$ 3$ 4$ Mar$5$ 6$ Mar$7$ Mar$8$ 9$ 10$ 11$ 12$ 13$ 14$ 15$ Mar$16$ 17$ 18$ 19$ 20$ Mar$21$ Mar$22$ Mar$23$ 24$ 25$ Mar$26$ 27$ Mar$28$ 29$ 30$ 31$ 1$ 2$ 3$ 4$ 5$ 6$ 7$ 8$ 9$ 10$ Apr$11$ 12$ 13$ 14$ 15$ 16$ 17$ 18$ 19$ Apr$20$ 21$ 22$ 23$ 24$ 25$ 26$ 27$ 28$ 29$ 30$ (all$volumes$are$normalized)$ Media$Cloud$stories$ Newspaper$front$pages$(%$of$NY$Times,$WaPo,$LA$Times,$and$NY$Post)$ TV$naOonal$news$menOons$of$Trayvon$MarOn$(closed$capOoning)$ Google$searches$for$"Trayvon$MarOn"$ Google$searches$for$"George$Zimmerman"$ Tweets$about$Trayvon$MarOn$ Change.org$signatures$
    • Mar  25—Conserva-ve  blog  Wagist.com   runs  story  “Was  Trayvon  Mar-n  a  Drug   Dealer?”  digging  up  unfla*ering  content   from  Mar-n’s  old  social  media  accounts
    • MIT Media Lab digital civics
    • cc flickr photo by Brandon Doran - Does media-centric activism work, and how? - Does civic crowdsourcing change public goods? - How do you combine new and old theories of change? - (How) do we teach “new civics”? - Can we design effective civic interventions?
    • triac Shuts  off  power hacked  up  Kill-­‐a-­‐wa* Measures  energy  usage Main   Power   supply Interfacing   board  +  ADC USB  Serial Sheevaplug ARM  Computer, The  heart  of  the  system GSM  Modem handles  transac-ons