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Douglas Rushkoff

Personal Democracy Media

Posted: Jun 8, 2013


Personal Democracy Forum 2013, held June 6 and 7 at New York University, was organized around a central theme: “Think Bigger.” We’ve chosen it in part to honor our late friend Aaron Swartz. In a conversation with PDM co-founder Micah Sifry, he asked, “Why not harness the power of the Internet to work on the larger-scale problems?” Why not, indeed. So the 2013 Forum convened practitioners, academics and close observers of the way people are applying technology to difficult issues from election reform to public health.

 


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