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I am an organic chat client, spanning a multitude of subcultures and putting like-minded (but differently disciplined) people in touch. Many of these connections are made at events I co-organize and facilitate like Random Hacks of Kindness, SpaceApps Challenge, Konbit Technologie (the first hackathon to ever take place IN Haiti), H4D2, and #EveryoneHacks. I am a co-founder of Jigsaw Renaissance, a learning and making community in Seattle; co-founder and past director of Space Federation, linking together hacker and maker spaces; and current director Geeks Without Bounds. GWOB is an accelerator for humanitarian projects, and deployed with the FEMA Innovation Team for Hurricane Sandy response. 2013 brings the new adventure of researching how decentralized groups scale at Harvard's Berkman Center for Internet and Society and MIT’s Center for Civic Media. Find this robot just about anywhere as willowbl00.


Aug 21, 2018


Practitioners reimagine the landscape of technology for justice and equity

A new report from the Technology for Social Justice Project (T4SJ) analyzes the current technology ecosystem through interviews and focus groups with almost 200 technology…


Mar 10, 2015 @ 12:00 PM

Distributed and Digital Disaster Response

Berkman Fellow, Willow Brugh

Berkman fellow Willow Brugh will discuss "Distributed and Digital Disaster Response."