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Going Dark: Social Factors in Collective Action Against Platform Operators in the Reddit Blackout

Nathan Matias at CHI

This is a live-blog account of Nathan Matias' talk at CHI titled "Going Dark: Social Factors in Collective Action Against Platform Operators in the Reddit Blackout" which is work he carried out with Microsoft Research.

 

HERE'S THE ABSTRACT!

Consequences of Humanizing Systems: Liveblog from the Microsoft Social Computing Symposium

This was one of four sessions at the Microsoft Social Computing Symposium 2015 that took place in San Francisco over three days. Liveblogging by Catherine D'Ignazio and Alexis Hope.

Session organized by Kati London - @picklesnumber1

 

Speculative Civics: A Lunch Talk With Carl DiSalvo

Carl DiSalvo (@cdisalvo) an Associate Professor in the Digital Media Program in the School of Literature, Media, and Communication at the Georgia Institute of Technology. At Georgia Tech he established The Public Design Workshop, a design research studio that explores socially-engaged design practices and civic media. 

This talk is co-sponsored by the Center for Civic Media at MIT and the Engagement Lab at Emerson College on October 30, 2014. Liveblog by Catherine D'Ignazio, Erhardt Graeff, and Adrienne Debigare.

Catherine D'Ignazio introduces Carl DiSalvo and his work as uniting art, design, design research, and civic media. This talk coincides with the Civic Art Initiative and the question of what speculative thinking and the imagination's role is in civic life.

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