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As a child of the 80s, the Choose Your Own Adventure books were a fixture of my rainy afternoons. My elementary school library kept a low, fairly unmaintained-looking shelf of them hidden in one of its back corners. Whether this non-marquee placement was an attempt by the librarians to deemphasize the books in favor of ‘serious’ (children’s) literature or was simply my good luck I still haven’t worked out. But it meant there was a place that I could retreat to and dive into unfamiliar worlds without distraction.

Mint Digital - Unmute Your Audience

A mix of software developers, interaction designer. They build "mass participation websites, often for TV"



SupermarchÉ is a more crazy film production company with World Headquarters on the border of Tribeca and Chinatown, NYC. We specialize in documentaries, music videos, commercials and dance films like Jerome Robbins’ Opus Jazz starring members of the New York City Ballet, which is currently in production. Founders are Ariel Schulman and Henry Joost. Combined they have over 1,000 friends on Facebook.

Games for Change (G4C) -- home

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Games for Change (G4C) provides support, visibility and shared resources to organizations and individuals using digital games for social change. This is the primary community of practice for those interested in making digital games about the most pressing issues of our day, from poverty to race and the environment. We are the social change/social issues branch of the Serious Games Initiative.


organizer of Networked Journalism

next new networks: about us

Next New Networks is a new kind of media company, creating micro-television networks over the internet for targeted communities, bringing together elements of tv programming and internet philosophy to allow viewers to contribute, share and distribute content. Our aim is to be of the communities, as each network is populated by key creative people of the audiences they serve. In other words, we want our networks to go where the audiences that share an interest are, whether it's their blog, a friend's profile page, or wherever they go regularly to find more of the things they love. Our focus is broad. In making 101 networks, we're looking to reach a variety of audiences from young adults to baby boomers and people with a fairly diverse range of interests. We're looking to be available everywhere, from phones to iPods and gaming devices, to whatever the next platform is. Each of our micro-networks consists of 3-11 minutes of content refreshed on a schedule, daily, weekly, or bi-weekly (depending on the network), and offers one or more regular shows. So what's your specific interest? Is there a community you're a part of that lacks, wants or needs shows that only the internet can provide? Let us know. And if you're a writer, producer, or creator who's passionate about your community, then maybe you should be a part of our next next new network.


Cinereach was established by a group of like-minded filmmakers, entrepreneurs and philanthropists from all over the world. We came together because we wanted to create a place that would champion socially-aware films. A place for work that challenges, excites and innovates. A place to give audiences new perspectives on the world. A place to make films that can change minds and make a difference. We called it Cinereach.

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