At the Bartos Theater, in conversation with Henry Jenkins, these speakers
[Yochai Benkler and Cass Sunstein] don’t so much square off as share their hopes and fears for the emergence of online democracy. [more inside]
"A directory of ways to participate in space exploration. Interact and connect with the space community."
Hey Mom! Bobby wants to know if we can come out and play
The September Project
-- On 9/11, libraries big and small will host events where citizens can participate collectively and think creatively about our country, our government, our community, and encourage and support the well-informed voice of the American citizenry.
A Day of and for Democracy.
Kottke offers a good critique
of online discussions (like MeFi), and he makes some excellent suggestions on how to improve them. He quotes an unnamed source: "The problem with online forums is that those who have very little to contribute participate the most while those with valuable information to share participate the least." Now, let's try to keep the conversation cordial...