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10 Tactics for Turning Information Into Action: movie & panel

This looks like an interesting and useful event:

GrassrootsCamp
Wednesday February 17
The Tank Space for Performing and Visual Arts
354 West 45th Street
$5 advance/$10 door


10 Tactics for Turning Information Into Action
is a film by Tactical Technology Collective that includes stories from 25 rights advocates around the world who have successfully used information and digital technologies to create positive change. The screening will be followed by a panel discussion, and of course by the usual post-event networking.

Radical Reference at "Remix My Podcast, 2.0" - January 30, NYC

Remix My Podcast, 2.0

NYC Grassroots Media Coalition
in collaboration with MediaClectic
Present:

ALA Midwinter meeting notes

Live notes from our meeting at ALA Midwinter. (But the link is stalled at the moment! 1/18/10 8pm ET.)

Rad Ref now running Drupal 6, but still buggy

As you may have noticed, the website has been updated and re-themed. It's a lot less hideous looking now, right? However...there are a few things that still need work. If you have any problems or notice any weirdnesses, please describe them here as comments to this post or email info@radicalreference.info and describe what you see. Screenshots a plus!

Rad Ref meeting/social at ALA Midwinter 2010

Saturday, January 16, 2010, 6-8pm
Yvonne Pappenheim Library on Racism, 14 Beacon Street, Boston

No ALA conference registration required; new volunteers welcome!

Contact Rebecca Martin for more info.

USSF website work session

The United States Social Forum (USSF) Information and Communication Technology Working Group (ICT) has invited/requested librarians to help test and brainstorm the conference website, including how it will be used by our project in particular.

Monday, 1/18 2-5pm (people are welcome as early as 1 and as late as 6, though)
Openflows office 220A E. 4th St., 3rd fl. (Manhattan)

Announcing the 4th Annual NYC Anarchist Book Fair: April 17, 2010

April 17, 2010
11am-7pm
Judson Memorial Church, 55 Washington Square South, Manhattan

Website Refactoring/Redesign Session

Saturday, December 19
1-5pm, drop in anytime
Openflows
220A E 4th Street (between Avenues A & B), East Village, NYC
Contact nyc@radicalreference.info if you want to participate remotely

  • Are you interested in Radical Reference or already a volunteer?
  • Do you have experience with website usability or want to gain some?
  • Are you a coder with Drupal, CSS or other web development skills to improve or share?

If you fall into at least one of these categories, please join us!

  • What does the Radical Reference site currently do, and what would we like it to do?
  • What do we like about the site?
  • What do we find frustrating?

The goal of this brainstorming session is to create a wishlist of functions and improvements for the site, and a roadmap for how to implement them.

And stick around after for a little social gathering!

Request for Public Input on Open Access to Federally Funded Research

SUMMARY: With this notice, the Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP) within the Executive Office of the President, requests input from the community regarding enhancing public access to archi

ABC No Rio 2010 calendar

ABC No Rio, which often hosts Rad Ref NYC meetings as well as the tech collective, InterActivist Network, that hosts our site, has a 2010 calendar on sale for $10. It's full of black and white photographs, including one that shows the origin of the space's name. Buy a calendar and help heat the building this winter.

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