(link to original article) The Sarantaporo area, situated at the North of Greece, is an agricultural and husbandry region, also hit by the crisis. But even prior to the crisis, state’s attention to the area was poor. Youths were migrating to big cities or abroad. There was no Internet connection, and locals were isolated and deprived […]

Paul Clayton from MAZI’s Creeknet pilot in London visited the unMonastery nomadic group in July 2016 at their Unconvention in Greece. Paul’s post is reproduced here, the original is at: www.spc.org/unmounted After reading much of the Unmonastery website and their work related to their activities in Athens and Matera, I was very excited by the invitation […]

Semipublic workshop and public launch of the V1 prototype of the Berlin pilot Event webpage (link) On July 15th, Neighborhood Academy,  the Design Research Lab and the MAZI project invited the public to get to know our first prototype of a possible DIY network and to discuss topics related to the projects goals and environments.  […]

MAZI and Nethood projects present a panel at 2016 IASC European Regional Conference. Bern, May 10-13th 2016 Networking, Comparing, and Integrating Urban Commons Initiatives in Research and Action Presenters: Panayotis Antoniadis, Ileana Apostol, Philipp Klaus, Jens Martignoni Special guest: Hans Widmer (aka P.M.) The key question addressed in this panel regards the characteristics of technology that […]

INURA Conference: “City Transitions from a Totalitarian Regime” September 3-11, 2016. The goal of the MAZI workshop at the INURA conference is to introduce DIY ICT technologies to participants, and to explore ways of enabling urban activists to pursue their objectives with the support of such technologies. The workshop is presented by MAZI along with the […]

A team from the MAZI project attended the 2016 Net Futures conference in Brussels, in April.  The MAZI booth in Net Futures 2016 event presented an initial version of the MAZI toolkit. A Wi-Fi network was deployed using a Raspberry 3 device which featured a built-in Wi-Fi interface. Our visitors could connect to this network […]

MAZI project partner, Mark Gaved of the Open University, presented the work of the SALSA project at a This Happened event in Edinburgh in April 2016. This Happened is a series of events about interaction design, with a focus on work that uses a new approach or explores a new process. SALSA is a project on […]

Andreas Unteidig, one of the MAZI Project partners, presented work on hybrid tools for public articulation at a This Happened event in Edinburgh in April 2016. This Happened is a series of events about interaction design, with a focus on work that uses a new approach or explores a new process. Andreas discussed a series of […]

All the Mazi project partners got together for the first meeting in Volos, Greece in January. The meeting was hosted by the project coordinators, the University of Thessaly.

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