The Curarium is a collection of collections. It is a platform which leverages the power of the crowd in order to annotate, curate, and augment works within and beyond their respective collections, with the aim of constructing sharable, media-rich stories and elaborate arguments about individual items as well as groups of items in our corpora.
A public form for anonymous users to submit issues to Amber on GitHub without an account.
Media Cloud is an open source, open data platform that allows researchers to answer quantitative questions about the content of online media.
Automatic daily testing of access to URLs from other countries via public proxy servers
A web application to propose and vote on questions on a particular subject.
chrome plugin that allows for finding of alternate sources for offline or filtered content
forked from benbalter/problem_child
Allows authenticated or anonymous users to fill out a standard web form to create GitHub issues (and pull requests).
forked from c4fcm/MediaCloud-API-Client
A client for consuming content from the MediaCloud v2 API. Includes examples for adding post-processed meta-data to the stories, and saving them to CouchDB or MongoDB.
Copy a lot of objects between various key-value stores (MongoDB GridFS, PostgreSQL BLOBs, Amazon S3)