Mozilla Festival: What Next

At the [Mozilla Festival](https://mozillafestival.org/), **an incredible group of 700 journalists, coders, designers, and educators made over [20 prototypes](http://michellethorne.cc/2011/12/mozilla-festival-what-we-made/)**, [learned](http://ironymark.diwan.com/2011/11/mozilla-festival-from-2-out-of-10-to-a-straight-10/) about media & the web together, drank [buzzing coffee](http://www.ristretto.com/), played [geek ping pong](https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=QPJV6CmRYDs), and [so much more](https://mozillafestival.org/category/mozfest/). How can we [keep up the momentum](https://mozillafestival.org/get-involved/)? How can…

I Work For the Internet

[I Work For the Internet](http://iworkfortheinternet.org/) is freshly launched campaign by [Fighting For Freedom](http://fightforthefuture.org/) against harmful internet blacklist legislation, [SOPA](http://judiciary.house.gov/hearings/pdf/112%20HR%203261.pdf), making it’s way through Congress **right now**. A coalition including the EFF, Mozilla, Creative Commons, Wikimedia, and many other organizations [have been rallying](http://americancensorship.org/supporters.html) internet users to…

In the Flesh

>The new magnetism of congregation seems universal…The web becomes not a destination in itself but a route map to somewhere real. — Simon Jenkins, *[Welcome to the post-digital world, an exhilarating return to civility](http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/2011/dec/01/post-digital-world-web)*

My Web.

>When you own a domain you’re a first class citizen of the web. [Adrian Short](http://adrianshort.co.uk/2011/09/25/its-the-end-of-the-web-as-we-know-it/) For the last few months, I’ve been in a blogging slump. Like presumably a lot of people, the sheer number of communication channels has both overwhelmed and satisfying the urge…

Hello world. Again.

A schweet new site. We want MOAR! *Update* And here’s the RSS feed: [http://michellethorne.cc/feed/](http://michellethorne.cc/feed/) Thanks, Christopher!