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this is possibly the coolest thing ever. 
 
Gamify your PhD!
For biomedical/medical humanities researchers - also looking for developers interested in teaming up for a hackday with the winning ideas. The best game gets funding for full release under open license.

http://www.wellcome.ac.uk/Funding/Public-engagement/Funded-projects/Major-initiatives/Broadcast-media-strategy/Gamify-Your-PhD/WTDV033972.htm
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w00t! open science hackdays FTW. 
 
Times are UTC +1. Please sign up at <http://okfnpad.org/sciencewg-hackday-jul7>, if online then join #okfn on irc.oftc.net, and for full details see <http://blog.okfn.org/2012/06/15/open-science-hackday-7th-july-in-london-and-online/>. You are also, always welcome in #openscience on freenode.
Open Science Hackday in London & Online
Sat, July 7, 2012, 1:00 PM
16 Acton St, London, Centre for Creative Collaboration

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Curses! I land in London a few hours after this ends.
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shareable.net did a great job on this article :). 
 
THE EMBASSY NETWORK IN THE PRESS
A great article interviewing one of our co-founders +Jessy Kate Schingler 

"The Embassy Network is a private club for a new generation. It is a place to call home for professionals and creatives who travel the far reaches of the globe and the mind; a place to share a stimulating environment built around dynamic interaction, creativity, and intention where members can travel and always be at home.

As collaborative work spaces have changed the landscape of business, the Embassy Network pushes creativity to the next level - getting the right people in the room, outside of formality, to cultivate innovation like never before. Members have access to full-time and/or flexible-duration accommodations, and receive access to collaborative space, events, and a global community of like-minded individuals."
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hey garrett! that would work for me, thanks :). i'm not sure about will or robbie, but i imagine a couple of other embassy network peeps might join. let's meet on a google hangout. looking fwd!
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orly, g+ is doing communities now, eh? /me raises eyebrow.  
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This would not be difficult (g+ sucks less too) - the problem, of course, is that no one uses it :-/
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my buddy +Charlie Croskery is making a difference in canadian healthcare by making the issues more accessible.... check it out
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Interior Design Opportunity for New Co-living/Co-working Space
The Embassy Network (http://embassynetwork.com) seeks a summer intern with a creative spirit, confident and flexible aesthetic, and a keen eye for creating spaces that promote collaboration. 

The Embassy Network is a new housing and community venture, looking for a creative/interior designer to realize our first San Francisco co-living space. Think Facebook's graffiti artist David Choe, but in this case with the opportunity to envision and outfit the common areas and short-term accomodation spaces of an 11 bedroom, 7000 sqft victorian home, optimizing it for creativity and collaboration.

Interested? Check out the link below!
http://sfbay.craigslist.org/sfc/med/3083927492.html
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Participate in the Open Knowledge Foundation's #openscience hack day at super happy block party, march 31st in palo alto http://bit.ly/zd4KyU (or anywhere you are!)
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loving this class format: posting discussions on G+ instead of esoteric, access-controlled uni-specific piece of software == total win :D. excited to see how it worked out! #openscience
Jon Froehlich originally shared:
 
+Ben Bederson, +Leah Findlater, and I are co-running a 1-credit reading seminar this semester called “The Future of HCI,” which involves papers that we think represent new research directions and opportunities in HCI.

We are doing things a little differently than most reading seminars (in the spirit of the “Future of HCI”, perhaps): Building on some positive experiences that Ben has had in the past with using public forums, such as Google+, to discuss papers reviewed in class, we decided to do the same thing for our seminar. So, each week, our students are required to post a short comment/question about each reading before Tuesday’s class (Tuesdays, 12PM, Hornbake 2116). In addition, for each paper, there will be a “leader” who will lead the discussion in class and provide a short synthesis/summary of the main points discussed in class on the Google+ interface.

By publically posting our thoughts, reactions, and critiques to the papers we read in class, we hope to encourage broader public participation and, at the very least, give the authors of the paper additional feedback about their work. Note: non-class members are welcome and encouraged to comment on the paper and/or our discussion as well. In addition, we actively encourage authors to also post and we will endeavor to involve actual authors via Twitter and Google+.

For the record, here is the class website: http://umdhciseminar.wikispaces.com/

The first reading of the semester is: +Luis von Ahn and +Laura Dabbish (2008). Designing games with a purpose. Communications of the ACM, 51(8), 57. http://dl.acm.org/citation.cfm?doid=1378704.1378719.

If you don’t have access to ACM, you can easily find a publically available version via Google Scholar.
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