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Releasing code as a public serviceMay 16, 2019

Earlier this week, the BBC took the opportunity to showcase its newest app at the Radio Festival . BBC Sounds is a multiaudio platform that unifies BBC's audio ecosytem, gathering all the live broadcasts, podcasts and music mixes of its 57 radio stations (9 national + 8 world/regional + 40 local) in one single place. While boasting the baby app, BBC's director for radio and education, James…

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PhDing is tough, but I am getting thereOctober 18, 2018

A thesis is a journey. It is about reflection, reading, writing, erasing, investigating, going back to the start. It is about becoming specialist while permanently feeling like you never know enough. My first PhD year finished in June. A lot has changed since the last time I wrote here, starting with the working title, which is now officially Community Radio Stations Sustainability Model: An Open…

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Global Sprint is coming and you should join itMay 09, 2018

Mozilla's commitment to a healthier Internet has been well carved throughout the years in the way they support other open source projects. With the Global Sprint 2018 coming tomorrow and the day after, there are plenty of projects where you can put your hands on for a good cause. From digital inclusion to open science , there are nearly 150 of projects listed for collaboration, requiring help…

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Hello, world! and first working paperFebruary 13, 2018

This first post is also a self-reminder that academia is a lot about publishing. As such, I am now focused on writing my first working paper. Radio Art in the Digital Age: A Case for Radia started as an exercise for my Internet Studies class. The project focuses on building a case for Radia ’s existence based on the impact it has in its own community. Despite existing for more than a decade…

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