Month: 2018-04


canadian_aaron 21:36:46

Civic Tech Weekly Apr 3: Archiving Taiwan’s Occupy Movement Online

This week: The most complete archive of Taiwan’s Sunflower Movement goes online; changing gender-biased mapping tools; and using open data…


canadian_aaron 20:27:39
Here’s our civic tech news digest for the first week of April.

Civic Tech Weekly Apr 9: The UK Digital Service Becomes Weak. Feeble.

This week: The UK’s premier digital service unit loses its edge; Malaysia’s terrible “anti-fake news” law; and getting more Thai women…


canadian_aaron 22:37:30

Civic Tech Weekly Apr 16: Avoiding Gunfire in Rio? There’s an App for That

This week: Rio de Janeiro needs apps to avoid gun violence; Is blockchain the solution to Taiwan’s media problems?; and an Australian app…


canadian_aaron 06:23:01

The Lonely Crusade of Japan’s Civic Hackers –

Code for Japan brigades are springing up all over the Japanese archipelago, from Okinawa to Sapporo. But getting the public behind the…

au 23:42:01
In `|` should probably be `|`

Can Blockchain Revolutionize Taiwan’s Rowdy Media? –

Two visionaries of Taiwan’s new media scene are moving their platforms to blockchain.

mglee 00:37:46
edited! thanks!



canadian_aaron 08:02:11
Here’s the civic tech weekly for april 23rd!

Civic Tech Weekly Apr 23: Mozilla Gives the Internet a Failing Bill of Health

This week: The Internet is sick; Rural Uganda gets a dozen open-source radio stations; and a new data portal explores the effects of…

pm5 17:54:40
@canadian_aaron two broken links:
An ex-Google engineer is scraping YouTube to pop our filter bubbles
The state of diversity and funding in the tech nonprofit sector


@null 11:55:39
Ack! You’re right! Thanks PM5