How immigrants face the imbalance in the world of technology
PELLAS GALLERY HOSTS THE FIRST NFT SHOW IN BOSTON
A non-fungible token is a "a unique digital representation of a good," according to the Washington Post
MAYOR MICHELLE WU AND SENATOR ED MARKEY INVEST IN DIGITAL EQUITY
The leaders are dedicating $12 million to this cause
THE SOUL SHOP: A RECORDING STUDIO COMMITTED TO EXCELLENCE IN A DIGITAL PANDEMIC WORLD
“What does the music ask you to do? Not the band, not the client, not the producer, not even yourself. What does the music require?”
WU UNVEILS DIGITAL EQUITY PLAN, CALLS FOR CITY OWNED BROADBAND NETWORK
The plan aims to address structural inequities when it comes to Internet access.
EDITORIAL: MAJOR NEWSPAPERS SHOULD GIVE BACK FACEBOOK GRANTS
Money should go to the local independent news outlets the digital giant has hurt worst
EDITORIAL: WHY ADVERTISE WITH DIGBOSTON?
To support independent journalism and beat back marketing propaganda, for starters
Many people have taken to loudly bemoaning the supposedly sudden arrival of “fake news” since the 2016 presidential election… while becoming belatedly aware of the accompanying slow decline of print newspapers that are—whatever else one might say ...
6,000 PROTEST SIGNS
from the 2017 Boston Women’s March preserved as an online archive
After the 2017 Boston Women’s March, thousands of participants left their protest signs around the iron fence surrounding the Boston Common Central Burying Ground. They were going to be thrown away—until three local teachers came along.
SELF-ALLIANCE: DISTILLERY GALLERY EXHIBIT FEEDS TENDERNESS INTO THE LIFELESSNESS OF OUR DIGITAL SELVES
At the core of the exhibit is a meditation on our addiction to self-archiving, and the separate selves that we create and immortalize within the infinite spaces of our connected networks.
KING’S COURT: THIS BAR APP IS HERE TO HELP YOU GET LAID. MAYBE.
“We wanted to facilitate the in-bar dynamic, instead of recreate it.”