Dilemmas in Connected Spaces: Your Ideas for Mozfest!

As our lives and physical environments become even more connected, we’re faced with dilemmas. How will I decide when and where my personal data can be used if it improves my daily life? Which of my everyday objects should be online? If my profession calls…

Mozfest Pathways: It’s like the London Tube

To illustrate how Mozfest is evolving its program to be more participant-centric, we thought to do quick, visual walk-through using the analogy of the London Underground. Overview For example, you may be a data scientist interested in learning about how to teach data literacy in…

Mozfest Retreat and Participant Pathways

“We’re not in the middle of nowhere. We’re at the edge of nowhere.” — Jon Rogers In the little Scottish fishing village of Anstruther, at the edge of nowhere, 40 community facilitators met to think about the future of Mozfest. Now in its sixth year,…

#Mozfest 2014: Talk

We wrapped up the fifth Mozilla Festival. There’s a lot of great things to share about the event, and here I’d just like to post the transcript from a quick talk I gave. It’s about the history of Mozfest and a light overview of the…

Reflections on Maker Party

On September 15 we hit a milestone for the Mozilla Maker Party. With over 1,700 events in 330 cities worldwide, the campaign to make and teach the web had really picked up steam. As we transition from campaign-mode to an ongoing webmaker party, I thought…