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Reimagining the Internet

Initiative for Digital Public Infrastructure

Reimagining the Internet is a production of the Initiative for Digital Public Infrastructure at UMass Amherst, asking scholars, activists, journalists, and artists what is broken on the internet and how to fix it.


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Latest Episodes

Kevin Rothrock has been reporting on Russian culture and politics since the mid-aughts, and as the English-language editor of Meduza, he’s a crucial figure in helping the English-speaking West understand the day-to-day in Putin’s Russia during the wa... more

8 days ago

When we call Christine Moelleberndt “queen of the moderators” we mean it. She just finished a 7-year stint at Reddit as a moderator of its moderators where she went by the user name kethryvis, and she’s been doing work like that since her days overse... more

22 days ago

Emilie Friedlander got her start covering Western Mass music while living in France, and made a career as a music editor at the biggest online magazines like Pitchfork and VICE. This week on Reimagining, Mike asks her: where did all the music writing... more

a month ago


5 out of 5 stars from 24 ratings
  • Well-Informed, Thoughtful, & Nuanced

    Keep up the great work!

    Apple Podcasts
    United Statesa year ago
  • Fascinating

    This podcast raises big questions and explores a variety of solutions from such a diverse pool of people - highly recommended for anyone who uses the internet (that is, everyone!)

    Apple Podcasts
    United States3 years ago
  • Looking forward to more episodes

    I'm designing an AI+Society course at Princeton, and was glad to come across this podcast. I appreciate the use of positive examples of tech done well: in this case, Wikipedia's unique structure to foster creation of neutral content. It would be great to provide transcripts somewhere for those non-podcast-people, if possible.

    Apple Podcasts
    Julie LaChance
    United States3 years ago

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