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Developers: Google is going to the ‘Random Hacks of Kindness’ hackathon and so should you

thenextweb.com
Created by Google, Microsoft, Yahoo!, HP, NASA and the World Bank, Random Hacks of Kindness (RHoK) is a global hackathon that brings together collaborators to define and solve challenges facing local communities all around the world. Now in its third year, Google has announced that it will be in attendance once again in San Francisco,...
Developers: Google is going to the ‘Random Hacks of Kindness’ hackathon and so should you

More of the best new radicals

www.guardian.co.uk
From the homeless football World Cup to adventure breaks for people with dementia, these radical schemes – and thinkers – are worthy of applause3SPACE: Finding space for charities free of charge 3Space takes empty properties and makes them available to charities, community groups and social enterprise for temporary projects, free...
More of the best new radicals

On power, balance, shifting and disruption

blogs.law.harvard.edu
What is this stuff we call power? This question came to mind when I read about Digital Power and Its Discontents, a conference coming up on 21 April at Georgetown. In it (says that link) they will be “exploring the ways digital technologies disrupt the balance of power between and...
On power, balance, shifting and disruption
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