Final round presentations from the 2012 iCampus Student Prize competition on May 4, 2012. The iCampus Student Prize recognizes the innovative and creative application of technology that improves living and learning at MIT. The competition builds upon the ...
2012 iCampus Student Prize final round presentations with CourseRoad, the Grand Prize winner, and Dormbase, the runner-up. Read more about the winners here: http://icampusprize.mit.edu/2012/05/2012-icampus-prize-winners-announced/ The iCampus Student Prize ...
The 2012 MIT $100K Business Plan Contest drew a record 215 teams to compete for the coveted grand prize: $100,000 to start a business venture or market a new product.
Design 4 Drupal Camp Boston 2012: Add Usability Testing To Your Skill Set presented by Dharmesh Mistry
Mira Dontcheva, a researcher at Adobe Systems, explains how Zoetrope can be used to browse back through a Web page's history. She demonstrates a few advanced techniques for looking at historic data and shows how to compare several Web pages over time.
Jeff Moriarty is responsible for strategy, design and development of digital products at The Boston Globe, including Boston.com and the recent launch of BostonGlobe.com in 2011.
If we are what we eat, does it hold that we are also what we read and watch? You've made a New Year's Resolution to eat healthy, but do you ever consider what you feed your brain?
Design 4 Drupal Camp Boston 2012: Code Without Thinking presented by David Moore
How has electronic literature influenced other media, including the Web and the book? What are the implications of having literary projects in the digital sphere alongside other forms of communication and art