TCKTCKTCK put issues on the table and showed worldwide support at the Copenhagen meeting.
An interview with Tom Stites about his journey from newsroom to the Banyan Project.
We’re busy mashing mint, and a few other ingredients for We Media Miami next week. Please try to say hello to Dale and me if you’re there, and if not, join us, contribute and say hi online.
Here they are: the winners of the 2010 We Media Game Changer Awards. Meet them all at We Media Miami, March 9-11.
Congratulations to journalism and democracy visionary Tom Stites, the winner of the 2010 We Media Game Changer Community Choice award.
We are reviewing the results and poll logs to ensure fairness of the results. We expect to conclude the review and announce results later today.
Get the early-bird rate for We Media Miami ’10 and cast your vote for the Game Changer Awards by the end of the day on Wednesday, Feb. 3, 2010.
We’ve just posted the Community Choice finalists for the 2010 We Media Game Changer Awards. Check them out, share, tweet, add your comments and cast your vote! Your vote for the winner counts and will make a difference. The Community Choice winner, selected strictly by online voting, will make a keynote presentation at our upcoming […]
Two projects featured at We Media ‘09 are leading the use of digital media and technology in Haiti’s rescue efforts. Ushahidi, which was named a “Game Changer” at last year’s conference, is utilizing digital mapmaking technology and social media to map and verify vital information in Haiti. Ushahidi plots key information on a Google map […]
Among the many extraordinary efforts to provide aid and relief for the people of Haiti comes this one from The Extraordinaries, winner of last year’s We Media Pitch It! competition: the Haiti Earthquake Support Center utilizes crowdsourcing and facial-recognition to help locate the missing. Anyone can post photos of a missing person or loved one, […]