Jennifer Jamula and Allison Goldberg discuss their upcoming performance Blogologues Technoganza: Like a Lolcat Watching Itself on YouTube.
Unsolicited, Writer's Bloq's first reading at The Strand offered writers the chance come out from behind their laptops and meet the people whose work they've been reading on the site.
An online platform for promising young writers to meet, Writer's Bloq aims to bridge the gap between writers from different backgrounds. Arts editor Laura Itzkowitz interviews founder and CEO Nayia Moysidis about the site and their upcoming event.
From Likes, +1s, Tweets, Mayorships and Tips to the flow of the city, how can today's social media data help us better understand and potentially design a city better?
Pulitzer Prize Winning Critic Margo Jefferson talks about a new reading series in Harlem, cross-genre evolution on the literary scene, and her new book combining memoir and cultural criticism.
A recap from Social Media Week London, looking at the impact of social media on journalism and governance.
Social media agency Big Fuel will be the hub of Social Media Week in New York which begins next week on February 13th. Here's a look at their awesome office.
In the dense fabric of Paris and the architectural typology of courtyards concealed by doors, you can peer into whole other worlds. Near Bastille, we uncovered a hidden factory with a revolutionary past and digital future.
Co-working can go far beyond what its name implies. One of the most prominent New York spaces, General Assembly, is consciously building a community and educational facility rather than just a shared workspace.
The 2011 GovFresh Awards demonstrate that local government agencies are not lagging behind on the social media wave.