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Impact Pack Ahoy! The strategy deck travels to Saudi Arabia and Los Angeles

Impact Pack Ahoy! The strategy deck travels to Saudi Arabia and Los Angeles

Recently, Jessica Clark — our executive director — brought Dot Connector’s Impact Pack to the University of Southern California at the invitation of DJ Johnson, an associate professor of practice in the Division of Media Arts and Practice in the School of Cinematic Arts, and…

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Futurism in philanthropy takes off!

Futurism in philanthropy takes off!

We’re so excited that our founder and director Jessica Clark has published takeways from her residency as a futurist at the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. While at the foundation, Jessica focused on understanding models for futuremaking that emphasize belonging, justice, and creativity. In her article,…

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How DCS is reducing meeting overload

How DCS is reducing meeting overload

Collectively, we’ve been through—and are continuing to go through—a lot. The shift out of the pandemic mode and into hybrid work/life has only added more to our plates. We need space to process, rest, recover and let new ideas for addressing increasingly complex problems emerge,…

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Considering Wikimedia 2030: The (nearly) complete collection

Considering Wikimedia 2030: The (nearly) complete collection

Over the course of the past six months, the Dot Connector Studio team collaborated with Sarah Lutman of Lutman & Associates to investigate the future of media, technology, learning, and the open internet for the Wikimedia Foundation’s 2030 strategy process. The team wrote seven research…

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Always on? Immerse explores digital privacy for media makers

Always on? Immerse explores digital privacy for media makers

Issue #11 of Immerse—the monthly digital publication focused on emerging nonfiction storytelling edited by our director, Jessica Clark—considers issues surrounding privacy in a digital world. In the lead piece, Jessica interviews media producer and Mozilla’s Commissioning Editor Brett Gaylor and creative director and visiting researcher at…

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The Impact Pack at the Double Exposure Investigative Film Festival

The Impact Pack at the Double Exposure Investigative Film Festival

Last weekend, Dot Connector Studio’s Jessica Clark and Angelica Das led a workshop called “Playing Your Way to Impact” using the Impact Pack at the 3rd annual Double Exposure Investigative Film Festival in Washington, DC. Double Exposure, a project of the investigative news organization 100Reporters,…

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Finding America: Report to the Field

Finding America: Report to the Field

Given the divisiveness we’re seeing in our public sphere, we wanted to highlight Break Form: Making Stories with and for the People, a report that Jessica helped to edit for AIR. It offers strategies for journalists and audio producers seeking to tell more representative and community-based stories….

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New Wikimedia brief on misinformation, verification and propaganda

New Wikimedia brief on misinformation, verification and propaganda

Check out the latest in a series of briefs Dot Connector Studio is writing for the Wikimedia Foundation in collaboration with Lutman & Associates. This one focuses on misinformation, verification and propaganda. As part of our work helping the Wikimedia Foundation, the foundation that supports Wikipedia,…

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Go into the sensorium in the latest issue of Immerse

Go into the sensorium in the latest issue of Immerse

The latest issue of Immerse—our monthly digital publication focused on emerging nonfiction storytelling—examines storytelling from the funder perspective. The Fledgling Fund’s Diana Barrett reflects upon her own practice in funding new technologies, noting that “storytellers need the space to experiment and see how they can push…

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DCS explores the future of free knowledge

DCS explores the future of free knowledge

DCS is working with Lutman & Associates to help the Wikimedia Foundation better understand the trends shaping the future of free knowledge as part of the Foundation’s 2030 strategy process. Over on the Wikimedia blog, Jessica Clark and Sarah Lutman ask, “How will external forces…

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