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  • Working for  Woodstock Community Television, Macy Lawrence films the Woodstock Digital Media Festival in Woodstock, Vt. on Nov. 1, 2013.   Valley News - Jennifer Hauck

    Working for Woodstock Community Television, Macy Lawrence films the Woodstock Digital Media Festival in Woodstock, Vt. on Nov. 1, 2013. Valley News - Jennifer Hauck Purchase photo reprints »

  • At the Woodstock Digital Media Festival on Nov. 1, 2013, in Woodstock, Vt.,  Amy Robb, owner of Tip Top Pottery, listens to a talk while the screen from her laptop illuminates her face.  Valley News - Jennifer Hauck

    At the Woodstock Digital Media Festival on Nov. 1, 2013, in Woodstock, Vt., Amy Robb, owner of Tip Top Pottery, listens to a talk while the screen from her laptop illuminates her face. Valley News - Jennifer Hauck Purchase photo reprints »

  • At the Woodstock Digital Media Festival in Woodstock, Vt., Eddie Tejeda of Civic insight presents ÒCode for AmericaÓ on Nov. 1, 2013. Valley News - Jennifer Hauck

    At the Woodstock Digital Media Festival in Woodstock, Vt., Eddie Tejeda of Civic insight presents ÒCode for AmericaÓ on Nov. 1, 2013. Valley News - Jennifer Hauck Purchase photo reprints »

  • Working for  Woodstock Community Television, Macy Lawrence films the Woodstock Digital Media Festival in Woodstock, Vt. on Nov. 1, 2013.   Valley News - Jennifer Hauck
  • At the Woodstock Digital Media Festival on Nov. 1, 2013, in Woodstock, Vt.,  Amy Robb, owner of Tip Top Pottery, listens to a talk while the screen from her laptop illuminates her face.  Valley News - Jennifer Hauck
  • At the Woodstock Digital Media Festival in Woodstock, Vt., Eddie Tejeda of Civic insight presents ÒCode for AmericaÓ on Nov. 1, 2013. Valley News - Jennifer Hauck

Friday’s Woodstock Digital Media Festival brought together people from the art, business and nonprofit worlds to examine the role and uses of digital media. Above: Macy Lawrence films the festival for Woodstock Community Television. Right: Eddie Tejeda, co-founder of Civic Insight, discusses the role open data can play in bringing positive changes to cities. Below: Amy Robb, owner of Tip Top Pottery, listens to a talk at the festival.

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Jennifer Hauck