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  • joly 3:09 am on 08/14/2013 Permalink | Reply
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    VIDEO: @hackNY 2013 Summer Fellows DemoFest #hackny 

    August 9 2013 was the final day of the 10 week long 2013 hackNY Summer Fellows program, which places a number of students from colleges as far away as California and Puerto Rico with NYC startups, and also houses them in NYU dorms. On the evening before, the fellows had the opportunity to demo either their intern work, or another project of their choice. In a 90 minute session 29 demos covered everything from sophisticated data visualizations to competitive twerking to music sharing using webRTC to displaying facebook as a unix file system to rooting out spam blogs on tumblr. An appreciative audience included a large contingent from Girls Who Code. Video is below. Go to the YouTube description to skip to individual demos.

    View on YouTube: http://youtu.be/Y_AJahbs6Wk
    Transcribe on AMARA: http://www.amara.org/en/videos/s5saebZxdScY/
    Hacker League: https://www.hackerleague.org/hackathons/hackny-fellowship-2013-demofest/
    Twitter: #hackny

  • joly 2:07 am on 08/05/2013 Permalink | Reply
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    VIDEO: #NYC #CivicTech Demo Night with @fundelevator @nycvotes and @NYCCFB 

    On August 1 2013 the 21st Century Democracy & Technology Meetup hosted a NYC Civic Tech Demo Night at Tipping Point Partners NYC. Introducing the night was Tipping Points founder and CEO Art Chang, who revealed a forthcoming expanded collaboration – a “tech campus” – between his firm, New York Law School, and other institutions.

    Presenting first was FundElevator, a new crowdfunding platform for both causes and politicians that will have its soft launch in the next few days.

    The second was NYC Votes. Art Chang is also the Chair of NYC Voter Assistance Advisory Committee(VAAC), part of the NYC Campaign Finance Board‘s (CFB) Voter Assistance Unit, as reconstituted by the 2010 Charter Commission. The CFB has three primary mandates: administering the Campaign Finance Program, publishing the Voter Guide, and overseeing the Debate Program. The CFB provides easily accessible and comprehensive information on candidates’ campaign finance and works to make candidates and elected officials more responsive to New York City citizens, rather than special interests, by reducing the opportunity for campaign contributors to influence candidates and elected officials and by providing a means for credible candidates who might not have access to “big money” to run competitive campaigns via a matching funds program. To assist in this purpose the VAAC spawned the 21st Century Democracy project which in turn spawned a Digital Action Working Group of leading local techies,namely AppOrchard, Method, and Pivotal Labs, who set to work on creating an app – NYC Votes – to help achieve the CFP’s purpose. NYC Votes is aimed to provide the complete voting experience from registering to vote, to learning about the candidates, to funding candidates (thereby gaining them 6x NYC matching funds), to casting a vote at the poll site on Election Day. The app is scheduled to go live on Aug 7 2013 at the New York Tech Meetup. This night was something of a dress rehearsal for that.

    View on YouTube: http://youtu.be/GFB90PvU4OQ
    Transcribe on AMARA: http://www.amara.org/en/videos/uH601JQul4ez/
    Twitter: #civictech | #nycvotes
    Art Chang – Chair, NYC Voter Assistance Advisory Committee
    Mickey Costa – CEO, FundElevator
    James Schuler – CTO, FundElevator
    Amy M. Loprest – Executive Director, NYC Campaign Finance Board
    Rusty Munro – Creative Director, Method
    Michael Schubert – Managing Director, NYC, Pivotal Labs
    Michael Carlson – Product Manager, AppOrchard

  • joly 12:29 pm on 12/05/2009 Permalink | Reply
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    P2 quick demo at WordCamp NYC 

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