什麼是 Hacks/Hackers?

Hacks/Hackers(簡稱H/H) 是由美國西北大學新聞學院教授Rich Gordon、Storify創辦人Burt Herman、前紐約時報互動新聞主編Aron Pilhofer從2009年開始逐漸發展出的非營利新聞社群,鼓勵記者編輯(Hacks)和程式設計師(Hackers)相互學習、合作,一起想像新聞的未來。

目前全球已有35個國家、75個城市建立Hacks/Hackers分支(chapter),其他城市的活動可以看這裡這裡以及這裡


HacksHackers Taipei是什麼?

繼香港、東京、北京成立Hacks/Hackers分支之後,2016年10月由一群關心新聞x科技發展的朋友在台北成立Hacks/Hackers在亞洲的第四站。


我們要做什麼?

我們希望能促進交流、刺激想法,會不定期舉辦線下聚會,透過教學工作坊、案例分享、黑客松等形式鼓勵參與者交換技術和想法。如果你有任何點子和建議,歡迎email給我們:hackshackerstaipei @ gmail.com


怎麼追蹤我們?

歡迎透過網站FacebookTwittergithubSlack參與討論或是訂閱我們的Google Calendar追蹤最新活動。



What is Hacks/Hackers?

The roots of Hacks/Hackers were planted in 2009, co-founded by Aron Pilhofer of The New York Times, Rich Gordon from Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism, Burt Herman, a former AP foreign correspondent fresh from a Knight journalism fellowship at Stanford University. Hacks/Hackers grew from an initial chapter in the Bay Area in late 2009 to flourishing chapters in New York, Boston, Austin and other cities during 2010. Hacks/Hackers has also gone international, with chapters launching in Latin America, Europe, Australia and Asia.

Hacks/Hackers’ mission is to create a network of journalists (“hacks”) and technologists (“hackers”) who rethink the future of news and information.


What is Hacks/Hackers Taipei?

Founded in Oct 2016 by a group of friends, who cares about what technology can do for journalism and vice versa. Abide by the Hacks/Hackers Chapter.


What do we do?

Our mission is to spread knowledge, information and ideas. Activities include workshops, talks, hackathons and demo days. If you have any ideas, please email us at hackshackerstaipei @ gmail.com.


How to keep connected?

You can find us on our website, facebook group, twitter, github, google calendar and Slack.