LibreBus: Granada, Nicaragua to Tegucigalpa, Honduras

Granada The next day on our Librebus tour, we left Managua for Granada, a lake-side town about an hour away. We rolled in to the Antigua Casa de Los Leones, a gorgeous colonial house in the center of the city. To an intimate crowd of…

LibreBus: Managua, Nicaragua

Work found at https://secure.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/wiki/File:Concepci%C3%B3n_from_Maderas_(landscape).jpg”>Wikimedia Commons / http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ The LibreBus is on the road! Over the next few days, a bus filled with Free Culture and Free Software contributors is traversing Central America, meeting up with local groups, holding workshops, speedshows, hackfests, and lightening talks wherever…

Global Melt — the aftermath

It’s been a fantastic two days at Global Melt, and boy is my mind liquid. In a room filled with talented community instigators and caretakers, we hacked on tools and strategies to boost community health during events, to get things done IRL, and to most…

Global Melt

Global Melt logo by Joanna Tarkowski, available under a CC Attribution Poland 3.0 license. Very excited about this weekend’s inaugural Global Melt, a workshop for members and leaders of global peer-driven movements to explore what our movements have in common, share what we have learned,…

The Future of Art and Sharism

The transmediale gave a lot of attention to Free Culture and the Open Web this year, from the book sprint to the Open Zone to a panel series called Lost in the Open, and piles of spontaneous sharerrorism actions throughout the festival. Curated (or should…