The Mozilla Japan team did a great job at branding at the recent Hive Tokyo Pop-up. In particular, they a) made a typical cafe look like a Mozilla space while also b) giving community projects a good way to explain themselves with hackable signs. It impressed me enough that I wanted to share. More Branding at Mozilla community events
Building a generation of web makers has been a big topic of conversation recently. This was the theme of our recent Mozilla Festival. And it was the topic of a conversation I led on my blog. Moving people from using the web to making the web is becoming a major focus for Mozilla. More Making 2012 plans: mozilla + web makers
The Mozilla Festival is a way to prototype and demo our thinking about Mozilla and learning. I mention this because, from the outside, it may simply look like a celebration of innovative web media. Which it is. But it is also very much about teaching and building things with the people I call the web makers: people making films, news, games, courses and art on the web. More 3 days of massive learning in London
It’s been almost three weeks since Barcelona, and we’re still seeing ripples. I’ve got half a dozen email threads open with new friends and collaborators. People keep posting reports, reflections and project ideas. And the #drumbeat Twitter stream is still bubbling. Looking around, I feel awash in possibility. More #spark – what did u start @ #drumbeat?