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It’s always difficult to give an overview of something as wide-ranging and thought-provoking as this last Pecha Kucha Night without losing some really crucial information. We had twelve amazing speakers talking about completely different aspects of space and voice, and … Continue reading
Last week, I wrote about participation in public spaces, about how it affects trust and the relationship between the people and the state. Within that post, I shared a lot of content that we had created in the past, and … Continue reading
Our Pecha Kucha Night next week focuses on Public Spaces and Voices, in light of the events of not only the last month, but also because of the kinds of developments we’ve been seeing Delhi for the last few years. … Continue reading
As you’ve probably seen, we’re planning another edition of the Pecha Kucha night this month, which will be held at the grounds of the Adianta School for Leadership and Innovation on the 31st. This Pecha Kucha Night, inspired by the … Continue reading
Yesterday saw a â€˜blackoutâ€™ of several popular websites, including Wikipedia and Reddit, whilst other popular websites like Google and Craigslist displayed messages on their homepages, protesting against two separate anti-censorship bills, the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) and the Protect … Continue reading
The many revolutions happening around the world, from Ramlila Maidan to Tahrir Square, have been, or are being, at least in part fueled and propelled by the technologies we use, especially online social media. And at the same time, governments … Continue reading