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How we choose the "10 Emerging Technologies."
Jackee Budesta Batanda "Audits the Conventional Wisdom" of Washington's response to the anti-homosexuality bill in Uganda.
Produced by Craig Simons, Knight Science Journalism fellow at MIT. Simons is one of 12 fellows at KSJ. They spend nine months auditing courses in science, health, technology and new media. Watch Jen Lin-Lui, Simons' wife, make authentic Kungpao Chicken. Lin-Lui is the ...
Knight seminar with Charles Marshall, Director, Museum of Paleontology, Department of Integrative Biology, UC Berkeley"Gauging Ecosystem Response to Climate Change" September 22, 2011
Knight seminar with Charles Marshall, Department of Integrative Biology, UC Berkeley: "Gauging Ecosystem Response to Climate Change" September 22, 2011
Tom Glocer says the financial information company Thomson Reuters has been determined to deploy the latest technology in the service of information-hungry customers
04/02/2008 3:30 PM Kirsch 32"123Tom BrokawDescription: In this heartfelt address, Tom Brokaw characterizes the transformation of the world by digital technology as a second "Big Bang," a time of great possibility, but also of danger. This revolution is being advanced not by "a small ...
This Communication Forum event was held on September 22, 2011, in Bartos Theater at the MIT Media Lab Is local news a casualty of the digital age? A recent report from the Federal Communications Commission suggests that although the broad media landscape is more vibrant than ever, many state ...
From manual to semi-automatic to fully automatic, watch what methods you can use for some simple manufacturing tasks such as cutting and drilling.
Produced by Susan Moran, Knight Science Journalism Fellow, 2010-11
04/22/2010 5:00 PM Bartos theaterHenry Jenkins, Provost's Professor of Communication, Journalism, and Cinematic Arts at the University of Southern California; William Uricchio, Professor of Comparative Media StudiesDescription: In conversation with William Uricchio, ...
Celebrity culture and the brutal economics of print journalism have conspired to kill arts criticism, but it has begun migrating to the web, where it just may survive and even thrive.
There's anxiety, outrage, and some wistfulness in this panel devoted to weighing the strengths and weaknesses of political reporting during the current campaign season.
In a live demonstration of globe-straddling communication technologies like Skype, this forum connects to citizen journalists and activists around the world, some of whom frequently test the limits of governmental authority.
Just as digital technology has expanded the means of producing media, so has it increased the geographic range new media may travel.
Opening Remarks: Noel JacksonModerator: Seth MnookinPanelists: Ta-Nehisi Coates and Mark MckinnonRecorded April 11, 2013
Two panelists debate whether journalism in a digital age amounts to feast or famine, and differ on even basic questions.
The American postal service has an impressive history, but an uncertain future. What are its prospects in the digital age?
Based on this roster of speakers, the MIT Center for Future Civic Media exists in a constant state of productive ferment, if not adrenaline rush.