It's my great pleasure to introduce interactions' new Community + Culture forum, which will focus on designing technology with and for communities. I have spent most of my adult life involved with various kinds of community-oriented projects; I have worked in the nonprofit sector and in academia and am now based in a corporate research lab. While my own work has been concerned primarily with political advocacy, civic engagement, and community empowerment, I have an interest in and passion for the full spectrum of community technology design. I've been reflecting on the wide range of technology projects that make…
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