There has been a lot of excitement this week about the robust support for the Tibetan written language in Apple’s iOS 4.2 for iPhone and iPad. This is a fantastic achievement that many contributed to, and that Apple should be loudly applauded for. Unfortunately, the state of Tibetan on Android is still poor, but not […]Read more "Another small step for a Tibetan keyboard on Android"
News from my work on The Guardian Project: Nathan Freitas will be on a panel at the 2nd annual Open Video Conference in New York this Friday and Saturday. He will be on the panel entitled “Cameras Everywhere” led by our partners at Witness, on Saturday at 3pm. Summary: Cameras Everywhere: Human Rights and Web Video – (2:45 […]Read more "Another Excellent Event: Open Video Conference, This Week in NYC"
I’d like to make this post without much fanfare. Just looking to share information on the work I’ve been doing with the fantastically radical team over at the Tor Project, as part of my work on the Guardian Project. We have successfully ported the native C Tor app to Android and built an Android application […]Read more "Orbot: An Anonymous Proxy for Android using Tor"
I’m honored to have been asked to participate in a hearing being held by the US Helsinki Commission this Thursday, in Washington, D.C. While my enthusiasm for the power and potential of new media will be evident, I hope to bring a metered tone to this discussion, laying out a number of issues, including the […]Read more "This Thursday: Speaking at US Congressional Commission on "Twitter v. Tyrants""
Creative studio co-working space seeking part-time makers, hackers, artists, writers and anyone else with a need to join us. Whether you are interested in a fun, bright, open space to work on your laptop during the day, or somewhere you can have to yourself now and then for photography, painting or other creative ventures, we’d […]Read more "Co-working in Gowanus"