Stories about Digital Media from September, 2013
A group of citizens have set out to map the 27,000 people reported missing as a result of Mexico's "drug war". So far 6,890 cases have been mapped since the project was launched in July 2013.
What would you identify as your local monument? Wikimedia Commons' annual photo competition WikiLovesMonuments has come up with some surprising answers and some incredible pictures, allowing community members to identify and share online what - to them - is really monumental.
Iltyem-Iltyem, meaning "signaling with hands" in the Anmatyerr language, is a women-led project collecting hundreds of videos from four Aboriginal communities, documenting sign language which has been used for generations to communicate across distances, when someone else is talking, or in secret.
Rising Voices republishes an interview conducted by Transom.org, who spoke with Kara Oehler, co-founder of Zeega, a new form of interactive media, enabling anyone to tell stories by combining media from the cloud, curating, remixing, and sharing it with the world.