Dialling Up Resilience

At the end of April I was in Nairobi doing several things related to digital humanitarian response. One of these was a program called Dialling Up Resilience (yes, with two Ls in "Dialling," because it was a British-centred team), which looks at local indicators of resilience. This blog entry explores why subjectivity is important in measurement, and how technology can help us parse through subjective information and combine it with objective datasets.

SF Tech Center Holiday Party | 2015

Event Date(s): 
December 16, 2015

Hey everyone!

Next Wednesday (December 16th) we want to celebrate the holidays at our home in the S.F. Mission District.

We would love to see you there! Come socialize with all the members of the San Francisco Nonprofit Technology Center: Aspiration, the Ruckus Society, Open Whisper Systems, Freedom of the Press Foundation, and Simply Secure.

Drinks, food, and lively conversation will be waiting for you!

Here are the details:

The Social Disaster Cycle

This blog entry written with substantial input and support from Meredith L. Patterson.

Aspiration has taken on Weaponized Social as an extension of our commitment to solidarity with our community and to equality in our interactions with and through technology.

Trustworthiness in response

When I came on with Aspiration in January, it was clear in my soul why the joining up made sense. But not many folk in the disaster and humanitarian response circles I run in pay much attention to the overlap of activism and response. It took some time to make it clear and explicit.

What's the Catch at Chaos Communications Camp

Chaos Communications Camp, like the World Cup, is something so special that it only happens once every four years. It’s a few thousand hackers, artists, and activists camping together in Germany. We come together to share skills, stories, and ambitions, including how to get into space and provide secure internet in austere places. There’s brightly colored hair everywhere, and a slowly improving gender ratio, and stickers on laptops, and a gig of data to your tent.

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