Mark Colvin (of ABC PM) interviews Clay Shirky.
Transcript of a part of the interview is available here: http://www.abc.net.au/pm/content/2010/s3019138.htm
Getting featured in the media is GREAT for credibility, traffic, and sales. And you can do it WITHOUT CONNECTIONS. Here’s how…
The tangled issues of race and privilege in our society come to a boiling point on the internet. Exploring the complicated place of race in society, this presentation examines the ideas of race in the digital environment with a specific focus on social media.
Kety Esquivel New Media Mgr, NCLR
Jay Smooth Ill Doctrine
Phil Yu Angry Asian Man
Latoya Peterson Editrix, Racialicious.com
The MIT Media Lab is a place for making connections: connecting peopleand technology, connecting researchers across diverse disciplines, andconnecting the physical and local to the digital and remote. Mostimportantly, though, the Lab is about connecting people to oneanother. Our kickoff panel is centered on what is fresh and exciting at the MediaLab and how the Lab and its projects connect to the world. We’ll tell you what cool stuff is happening under our new director Joi Ito, demo some exciting projects on the boundary between business, open source,and academia, show how we navigate the benefits and challenges along this boundary, introduce you to all the other activities and events we’ll be hosting at SXSW, including our ongoing hacking and demo area,and get you started on the Making Connections Installation, our platform for hooking conference attendees and distant onlookers into our digital-physical games, art, and silliness.