At least 3, people are expected to attend the virtual festival with more than sessions over two weeks from March , The schedule is organized and curated by volunteers, and anyone is welcome to register and even set their own ticket price. The program, workshops and sessions will remain online until June where they can be browsed and enjoyed by anyone who registers. Join us at MozFest! Jon Rogers and Michelle Thorne hosted a collaborative session that anchored in the experiences of several researchers at different stages in their careers, some centered more in academia and some more in activism.
Dr. Michele Thorne, Ph.D., HSPP – Axon Health Associates
Branch is an online magazine written by and for people who dream of a sustainable and just internet for all. We believe that the internet must serve our collective liberation and ecological sustainability. We want the internet to dismantle the power structures that delay climate…. Welcome to the Museum of the Fossilized Internet. This museum was founded in to commemorate two decades of a fossil-free internet and to invite museum visitors to experience what the coal and oil-powered internet of was like.
My name is Dr. Michele Thorne. I am a clinical psychologist who specializes in working with children, families, and adults. I joined Axon Health Associates in after working with children and families at Riley Hospital for Children for several years. I have been interested in psychology and mental health issues throughout my life, working with foster children and families while still in high school.
Thorne grew up in Heidelberg , Germany. She worked as the international project manager for Creative Commons from to  and joined the Mozilla Foundation as Global Event Strategist in Thorne contributed as a core writer of An Open Web , a book about the opportunities and challenge of the web, written in five days by six writers during a book sprint in Berlin in , facilitated by FLOSS Manuals. In Thorne co-authored a research paper  in which the authors analyze show cases and identify key challenges to the Creative Commons Case Studies Project. Thorne regularly organizes events and gives talks about the commons, open design, and collaborative consumption.