WFMU Radiovision Festival: Internet Culture and Community (Anonymous, Makers, and Memes)
Biella Coleman, Bre Pettis and I are on a panel (moderated by Tim Hwang) at Benjamen Walker’s WFMU Radiovision Symposium tomorrow. I suspect that it will end up looking something like the image above.

On October 28th - 30th, WFMU is holding its first ever Radiovision festival. And on Saturday the 29th (Symposium Saturday) we have a session focusing on three of the fastest growing online epicenters of community activity: Anonymous, Makers and Meme culture. we’ve lined up four amazing individuals to help us better understand the values of these communities and to learn how they are driving the evolution of the internet:
Bre Pettis doesn’t just make things, he can make things that make things. He is a founder of Makerbot (a company that produces robots that make things), and NYC Resistor (a Brooklyn hacker collective).
Kenyatta Cheese may be famous for playing a Meme scientist on the internet (Know Your Meme), but he is one in real life as well.  Kenyatta is one of the leading experts of online media, culture and technology. He advises NGOs and is also on the board of the Eyebeam Center for Art and Technology.
Gabriella Coleman is an anthropologist and the author of the forthcoming book “Coding Freedom: The Aesthetics and the Ethics of Hacking.” She is currently working on a new book on Anonymous and digital activism.
Tim Hwang is one of the co-founders of ROFLcon (a conference dedicated to Internet Culture). Tim not only helped us program this panel but he will be leading the discussion as well. Tickets are on sale, and they are going fast. We already sold out the Radiovision Opening Night performance with Joe Frank! Get yours now.
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WFMU Radiovision Festival: Internet Culture and Community (Anonymous, Makers, and Memes)
Biella Coleman, Bre Pettis and I are on a panel (moderated by Tim Hwang) at Benjamen Walker’s WFMU Radiovision Symposium tomorrow. I suspect that it will end up looking something like the image above.

On October 28th - 30th, WFMU is holding its first ever Radiovision festival. And on Saturday the 29th (Symposium Saturday) we have a session focusing on three of the fastest growing online epicenters of community activity: Anonymous, Makers and Meme culture. we’ve lined up four amazing individuals to help us better understand the values of these communities and to learn how they are driving the evolution of the internet:
Bre Pettis doesn’t just make things, he can make things that make things. He is a founder of Makerbot (a company that produces robots that make things), and NYC Resistor (a Brooklyn hacker collective).
Kenyatta Cheese may be famous for playing a Meme scientist on the internet (Know Your Meme), but he is one in real life as well.  Kenyatta is one of the leading experts of online media, culture and technology. He advises NGOs and is also on the board of the Eyebeam Center for Art and Technology.
Gabriella Coleman is an anthropologist and the author of the forthcoming book “Coding Freedom: The Aesthetics and the Ethics of Hacking.” She is currently working on a new book on Anonymous and digital activism.
Tim Hwang is one of the co-founders of ROFLcon (a conference dedicated to Internet Culture). Tim not only helped us program this panel but he will be leading the discussion as well. Tickets are on sale, and they are going fast. We already sold out the Radiovision Opening Night performance with Joe Frank! Get yours now.
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WFMU Radiovision Festival: Internet Culture and Community (Anonymous, Makers, and Memes)

Biella Coleman, Bre Pettis and I are on a panel (moderated by Tim Hwang) at Benjamen Walker’s WFMU Radiovision Symposium tomorrow. I suspect that it will end up looking something like the image above.

On October 28th - 30th, WFMU is holding its first ever Radiovision festival. And on Saturday the 29th (Symposium Saturday) we have a session focusing on three of the fastest growing online epicenters of community activity: Anonymous, Makers and Meme culture. we’ve lined up four amazing individuals to help us better understand the values of these communities and to learn how they are driving the evolution of the internet:

Bre Pettis doesn’t just make things, he can make things that make things. He is a founder of Makerbot (a company that produces robots that make things), and NYC Resistor (a Brooklyn hacker collective).

Kenyatta Cheese may be famous for playing a Meme scientist on the internet (Know Your Meme), but he is one in real life as well.  Kenyatta is one of the leading experts of online media, culture and technology. He advises NGOs and is also on the board of the Eyebeam Center for Art and Technology.

Gabriella Coleman is an anthropologist and the author of the forthcoming book “Coding Freedom: The Aesthetics and the Ethics of Hacking.” She is currently working on a new book on Anonymous and digital activism.

Tim Hwang is one of the co-founders of ROFLcon (a conference dedicated to Internet Culture). Tim not only helped us program this panel but he will be leading the discussion as well. 

Tickets are on sale, and they are going fast. We already sold out the Radiovision Opening Night performance with Joe Frank! Get yours now.

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  3. amandabees reblogged this from kenyatta and added:
    This will be great. No way I an going out in the snow though. It is October.
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    this sounds awesome, wish i could go!
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