Toronto TransitCamp: first BarCamp about transit.
A platform/BarCamp for Toronto’s design community and enthusiastic transit users and fans (designers, transit geeks, bloggers, visual artists, tech geeks and cultural creators) to demonstrate their creativity and contribute to a better transit system
Cartograms, Tag Clouds and Visualization
Convincing parallelism by syntactic replacements: "I’ve come to believe tag clouds could be to lists of metadata what cartograms are to maps; attempted solutions to similar visualization problems driven by common and historically consistent information ne
Outside the Market: The Rise of Peer Production
Something new is stirring outside the market. Linux, Wikipedia, PageRankâ€”who would have predicted their success? Loosely-connected people are working together like never before to produce value. And they’re doing it outsideâ€”though often in interact
Given enough minds…: Bridging the ingenuity gap
A paper by my friend Hassan Masum trying to find an answer to "What would a sustainable open infrastructure dedicated to finding solutions to world problems such as climate change, poverty, hunger, etc?"