Updated November 24, 2020
|Speaker Videos||Hackathon Videos|
Below are direct links to each speaker’s presentation on the YouTube stream recording.
This year’s hackathon started at 10am on Saturday November 14th.
Now it will just keep going. We had our first meeting on Saturday, November 21, and the meeting notes will be up soon. The next meeting is November 28th at 2pm pst/5pm est. (10 pm GMT).
We will have higher resolution versions of everything soon, so if you’re interested in footage for a project or movie, just let us know.
Start at the very beginning – including the premiere of a new fractal art exhibit by Aaron Turner Thunder Perfect Mind with music from Lunar Spyryt (Feat. Faith Mystic & Lunar Elf).
Lisa Rein, Co-founder of Aaron Swartz Day & Creative Commons – Video of Lisa’s talk
Brewster Kahle, Co-founder of Aaron Swartz Day & the Internet Archive – Video of Brewster’s talk
The latest and greatest from the Internet Archive
Tracey Jaquith, TV Architect, Internet Archive – Video of Tracey’s talk
Processing Hype Project (It’s not PHP ;-)
Dr. Jonathan Borden MD, Neurosurgeon & member of the W3C’s RDF Working Group (with Aaron) – Video of Jonathan’s talk
Cybernetics, Cyberspace and Cybersurgery
Cory Doctorow, Friend of Aaron, Science Fiction Novelist, Journalist and Technology Activist – Video of Cory’s talk
Mickael E, Lead Developer for SecureDrop – Video of Mickael’s talk
The State of the Drop
Danny O’Brien, Director of Strategy, EFF – Video of Danny’s talk
The People’s Pollster (Another of Aaron’s Early Protoypes)
Danny O’Brien, EFF’s Director of Strategy” talks about Aaron’s work supporting political party candidates: and how his innovations could be adapted to today’s polarized world.
Elliot Harmon, Senior Activist, EFF – Video of Elliot’s talk
There’s a tool called “youtube-dl” that lets people download videos from YouTube and other sites. But the Recording Industry of America took it offline using a twenty-year old law called the Digital Millennium Copyright Act. This same law stops farmers, creators, hackers, and security researchers from modifying or repairing devices they bought and own — everything from tractors and toasters to smart speakers and smart phones.
Michael “Mek” Karpeles, Internet Archive – Video of Mek’s talk
How To Build a Library in the Matrix
Drini, Internet Archive – Video of Drini’s talk
Ryan Sternlicht, Educator and Researcher – Video of Ryan’s talk
Privacy and security in the XR future
Freddy Martinez, Policy Analyst, Open The Government – Video of Freddy’s talk
Clearview AI: The Shady Company Tracking Your Face Online
Madison Vialpando, Privacy Advocate, Freelancer – Video of Madison’s talk
When Cops Get Hacked: Lessons (Un)Learned from a Decade of Law Enforcement Breaches
When the speakers are over, we will switch over to Twitch to watch Chelsea Manning’s gaming stream: twitch.tv/xychelsea87
The Hackathon started at 10am Saturday, November 14, 2020. Now, it will just keep going…
Below direct links to the hackathon talks within the recording of the youtube stream, by speaker/subject. We will have higher resolution versions of everything soon, so if you’re interested in footage for a project or movie, just let us know.
- Dave Maass, EFF – Atlas of Surveillance – Background
- Dave Maass, EFF – Atlas of Surveillance – How volunteers can help crowd source data
- Will Howes, Aaron Swartz Timeline Project
- Lisa Rein, Aaron Swartz Day Police Surveillance Project
- Lisa Rein, SwartzManning VR Museum, Art Gallery & Funhouse
- Internet Archive, Internet Archive’s Scholar – Help the Internet archive test their latest alpha search tool & give them detailed feedback.
Hackathoners – you will have an ongoing opportunity to share your projects with the community– during our new weekly Aaron Swartz Day virtual meetings that will start November 21st at 2pm pst/5pm est and continue, every Saturday, thereafter.
We will be adding projects every day and listing them here. If you wish to include your project – let us know – and, if you’d like, you can give a little presentation about it, during our super short weekly meetings.
10:00 am – 12pm – Pacific Time
Intro to various Aaron Swartz Day’s Hackathon projects:
– Atlas of Surveillance – EFFs Dave Maass, Madison Vialpando and others – Crowdsourcing surveillance data for the Atlas of Surveillance
–Aaron Swartz Timeline Project – add to our ongoing project about Aaron’s life that will live on the website and also in the SwartzManning VR Experience
–Internet Archive’s Scholar – Help the Internet archive test their latest alpha search tool & give them detailed feedback
–Papermache – an open access publishing platform that enables students to curate a personal portfolio of completed academic work
More in the pipeline coming soon :)
It’s not to late to add your project to this list – this is just what we could confirm for sure as of November 14th.