It’s part of a collection of essays, titled “What Would Ursula Franklin Say?” Ursula Franklin is a huge influence on my research, so I’m honored to be part of this great collection. Read all 17 articles at https://reprisingtherealworld.hcommons.org/what-would-ursula-franklin-say-collection/
Presentation at NTT Communication Science Labs’ open house:
“Why do people hesitate to use contact tracing apps?: Social factors influencing adoption of COCOA” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VMi44YhdMrk
My first research talk in Japanese 😅 (has English subtitles)
A small victory: An hour after we sent a cease & desist letter to #Gab's legal team on Oct 21 regarding their failure to publish up-to-date source code in compliance with Mastodon's AGPLv3 license, they have uploaded a new version.
That is not all that we demanded in the letter, but it is nevertheless a victory in upholding the AGPLv3 license of our project, and a signal to those who doubt that we are willing to show teeth to those who ignore it.
Encountered a whole forest of new ideas and ways of thinking during @dcwalk_‘s #MozFest session about social transformation and decentralized infrastructures. Thanks to my groupmates and everyone for sharing
University of Toronto News published a nice profile about my work. I talk about my dissertation research and how the #indieweb movement can teach us about building and maintaining a more egalitarian internet: https://www.utoronto.ca/news/re-decentralizing-web-u-t-researcher-helps-build-more-egalitarian-internet
Presentation notes from Civic Tech TO Hacknight on Jan 7 2020. "IndieWeb: Empowering individuals through collective design" https://jackjamieson.net/presentation-notes-from-civic-tech-to-hacknight-on-jan-7-2020-indieweb-empowering-individuals-through-collective-design/
Postdoc at NTT Communication Science Laboratories. I research values, labour, inclusion, and interoperability in communication technologies
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