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Jason Callina joined the Berkman Center 3 years ago and is currently a Senior Software Developer for the Stop Badware project. Jason presently programs in Ruby on Rails with an emphasis on RESTful Development and has recently created a Facebook application for one of the projects here at Berkman. Jason has also previously worked in marketing and likes to apply his graphic design skills where needed.

Outside of Berkman, Jason likes to write about his interests on his blog Giant Japanese Robot. His interests include but are not limited to: video games from the past and present, spending plenty of quality time on xbox live, hunting for the best deal on video games, the horror genre with a special place in his heart for particularly terrible horror movies, anime, comic books, and zombies. Jason likes to stretch the limits of his creativity and programming skills by incorporating his various interests into side projects using social media and other advanced technologies of today.

Projects & Tools

StopBadware works with its network of partner organizations and individuals to fight back against viruses, spyware, and other badware.

Internet and Democracy

The Internet and Democracy Project is an initiative that will examine how the Internet influences democratic norms and modes, including its impact on civil society, citizen media,…