I wrote a paper with my friend Wade Bishop on the activist potential of volunteered geographic information, which came out today in First Monday.  Feedback welcome!

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This is a really great, really thoughtful and also wonderfully pragmatic discussion of how libraries intervene in the everyday lives of their community members. You might know Melissa as the editor of Informed Agitation or as a longstanding Rad Ref activist or as a BPL info commons librarian.

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Information is a weapon, information free from political agendas. Sharing information is a daily act of resistance, and change.
Charlot Jeudy, President of KOURAJ

Click for slides from my talk at Social Media and the Transformation of Public Space. The talk draws from my research on Brooklyn’s drag community, focusing on how technology mediates relationships to space. Comments and feedback welcome!

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