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Monthly Archives: September 2011

It Becomes Public

How is social media changing our national identity and concepts of solidarity? What measures are we undertaking to protect our privacy in social networks? How are social media providing a platform for civic action? How is transatlantic influence changing? “It Becomes Public” is a round robin video discussion on these and other issues, generated from [...]

Transatlantic Influence: Exploring Different Views on Politics, Culture and Economics

Tonight’s workshop at the British Council resulted in a lively discussion, in no small part thanks to the telepresent participation of Ben Hammersley, Philip L. McKenzie and Jón Þór Ólafsson. We hope you enjoy these Skype interviews as they whet your appetite for the results of our video sprint (coming soon). We’ll be tweeting some [...]

Back in Berlin and ready to sprint at Social Media Week!

We are back in Berlin after some wonderful and inspiring weeks in Washington D.C., Portland and San Francisco. We are getting ready for our new video sprint with the British Council at Social Media Week Berlin about transatlantic influence. Yesterday on our way to dinner we discovered the posters for Social Media Week Berlin. We’re [...]