Monthly Archives: March 2016

JokeBox: Getting Strangers to Talk to Each Other

A few weeks ago I traveled to San Francisco to present a new paper at CSCW 2016. This work differs from my core research, which focuses on technologies for collaborative citizen action, participatory sensing, open source and making. The Jokebox study follows from my

JokeBox: Getting Strangers to Talk to Each Other

A few weeks ago I traveled to San Francisco to present a new paper at CSCW 2016. This work differs from my core research, which focuses on technologies for collaborative citizen action, participatory sensing, open source and making. The Jokebox study follows from my

[Bristol] Support our Change Creators!

Update: Read about the Change Creators’ visit to Barcelona. Interested in citizen sensing? Willing to contribute to a project with positive social impact? Curious about how data could help us address local issues? Here’s an opportunity for you to become

[Bristol] Support our Change Creators!

Update: Read about the Change Creators’ visit to Barcelona. Interested in citizen sensing? Willing to contribute to a project with positive social impact? Curious about how data could help us address local issues? Here’s an opportunity for you to become