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Visiting Professor Eric Gordon discusses a recent project in Boston, in collaboration with the Boston Mayor’s Office of New Urban Mechanics, called Beta Blocks, that uses meaningful inefficiency as a structuring logic for sourcing, questioning and making decisions about public realm technologies.
Each year, we’re thrilled to have our graduating master’s students present their Science Writing theses. Cheers to the GPSW class of 2020!
Is there digital activism in China? What is it like to be an activist running a grassroots NGO in a land of censors?
Justin Reich explores the recent history of large scale learning technologies to explain why technology provides such uneven support to students.
Ten pieces on the themes of “Identity and Experience”, “Creating Community and Culture”, and “Investigating Technology”.
Video: Kishonna Gray, “Intersectional Tech: Exploring the Black Cultural Production of Gamers in Transmediated Culture”
Illustrating a framework for studying the intersectional development of technological artifacts and systems and their impact on Black cultural production and social processes.
An article by Heather Hendershot
Heather Hendershot in the Washington Post: The 2020 party conventions are actually what the parties have always dreamed of
“Being online will give parties more control of how television viewers experience their conventions.”