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Radio Berkman: Restrictions, Connections, Visualizations

Radio Berkman: Restrictions, Connections, Visualizations

From the MediaBerkman blog:

How can ordinary, static, unbiased data - ones and zeros, words, dates, clicks of a mouse - be harnessed to tell us something truly extraordinary?

This week we take a look at data visualization - specifically, at two projects that are creating engaging and powerful interpretations of that data we interact with., the brainchild of our guest Jonathan Zittrain, uses the power of the crowd to figure out when, where, and why the web is being filtered around the world. In her new exhibit at MIT, our second guest, Judith Donath, explores how our conversations on email and blogs might look if they manifested themselves in the real world, as works of art.


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Herdict collected and disseminated real-­time, crowdsourced information about Internet filtering, denial of service attacks, and other blockages.