To make technology work for communities by creating a tool kit and online community for citizen-based, grassroots data gathering and research.
To bring Springboard for the Arts' Community Supported Art program to Knight Foundation's eight communities over the next two years, inspiring local art movements
To help news organizations better use public information by creating PANDA, new software that cleans up and aids in analyzing it.
To help tell rich multimedia stories by improving a toolkit that allows people to collaboratively produce, curate and publish multimedia projects.
To create open-source software for neighborhood news
To ensure the future of the Internet as a diverse, inclusive public resource by opening more pathways for underrepresented minorities to top jobs in technology and bolstering professional support networks to sustain their success.
To support the development of a technology plan for an SMS-based mobile membership platform designed to increase the number of participants and incentivize increased action and retention
To create an editorial and crowd-sourced database that allows visualizing the relationships among political, civic and business leaders
To develop a new, mobile model for disseminating community information by testing a service that notifies residents of a city in India when water is available.
To analyze issues of Internet unity, governance and structure and propose strategies to increase global Internet freedom
To experiment with a new funding model for local news by bringing together leaders and innovators in communities to provide microgrants to journalism and media projects.
To support ArtPlace, a creative place-making initiative that uses investments in the arts and other creative assets to shape the social, physical and economic character of cities, towns and communities across the U.S.