Making a difference by making the web

These days, with all the Prism/Tempura surveillance we’re learning about, one can feel quite powerless. For many it seems that there are just two responses: to either disengage with the web and go completely offline or to shrug and say “I’ve got nothing to hide.”…

Video! Mozilla Event Menu

In preparation for the Mozilla Foundation All-Hands this week in Toronto, we were asked to make a video explaining what we’re working on. The goal was both to produce a snappy, visual artifact and to play around with Popcorn Maker, a web authoring tool for…

Fireside Chat: Starting a Learning Network in Your City

This article is cross-posted on the Hive Learning Network NYC blog. This week the Hive Learning Network in New York City held a virtual fireside chat about how to start a learning network in your city. The chat was led by Hive NYC’s director Chris…

Mozilla Festival: What Next

At the Mozilla Festival, an incredible group of 700 journalists, coders, designers, and educators made over 20 prototypes, learned about media & the web together, drank buzzing coffee, played geek ping pong, and so much more. How can we keep up the momentum? How can…

Mozilla Festival: What We Made

Over the last month, we’ve been tracking the outputs from the Mozilla Festival. A great number of thank-you’s are due all around to all the participants, facilitators, volunteers, staff, supporters, and the wonderful Ravensbourne for making this such a memorable event. 20 Prototypes We’ve curated…