The School of Informatics’s favorite group meeting helper is now an application available on the Facebook platform. Simple became simpler.
With new students arriving in Bloomington for next week’s orientation, the IU School of Informatics gets welcome national recognition.
The fact that SproutBox exists at all can be considered the most important outcome of Bloomington Startup Weekend.
I’m ready to be a doctor. Mentally ready, that is. There are a few little things like qualifying exams and dissertation, wrapped in various strands of red tape, that are currently preventing me from saying grad school is done.
Liveblog of Richard Edwards’ colloquium at the School of Informatics in Bloomington, entitled, “Citizen-Generated Content: The Rise of Video Mashups in the 2008 Election.” From 2007′s Phil de Vellis’s “Vote Different” to 2008′s Will.i.am’s “Yes We Can,” video mashups—as a form of political discourse—have become extremely popular in this election cycle, and signal the rise of the “YouTube election.”
Some good regional tech news to push out to people at the Bloomington Geek Dinner tonight at Michael’s Uptown Cafe tonight at 6p: We’re having a Blog IN on Saturday, April 26 from 1pm to 5pm at IUPUI School of Informatics in Indianapolis. Our goal is to attract as many bloggers as we can from around the state for a half-day of fun, learning, relationship building, tip sharing, and more.
Liveblogging today’s School of Informatics colloquium by Phoebe Sengers (Cornell), “Representation and Response.”