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](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZP7ebyqBn_M&desktop_uri=%2Fwatch%3Fv%3DZP7ebyqBn_M) or to shrug and say [“I’ve got nothing to hide.”](http://michellethorne.cc/2013/06/orwell-vs-kafka-against-nothing-to-hide/)…

Webmaker Train the Trainer

Back in March, we kicked off the first in hopefully a series of **train-the-trainer (TTT) events for webmaking.** The idea is to run events that **train people who go on to train others how to [teach the web](https://webmaker.org/en-US/teach/).** We focused on practicing an open and…

Webmaker Mentors in 2013

# An inflection point We’re at **an inflection point with learning and making.** What was once simmering quietly in makerspaces and classrooms is now boiling. **Makers and mentors,** and all sorts of hackers and radical educators in between, are the key players. **The maker movement**,…

Mozfest 2012: The Aftermath Report

## About **The Mozilla Festival (#mozfest) is an annual read/write event for anyone interested in learning about – and making – the future of the web.** It is an unique platform for bringing together key contributors to discuss, hack on and teach the open web…

Webmaker Special Interest Group for Reps

I’d like to share some thoughts on a **”Webmaker Special Interest Group”** for the Mozilla Reps program. This conversation owes a lot to many Reps and Webmakers so far; in particular, a huge thanks to Henrik Mitsch, William Quiviger, and Pierros Papadeas for supporting the…