Innovating in the urban
August 9, 2016 via Twitter

On Aug 8 we overshot what Earth can replenish in a year & 3 bn people still to come till 2050: We need to build more sustainable cities.

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April 18, 2016 via Twitter

Getting ready for a little mapping experiment tomorrow morning https://t.co/Y8kQToxK5U

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April 6, 2016 via Twitter

Looking forward to revisiting a familiar design method w the new book on sprints – in respect to #DigitalCivics. https://t.co/tGTNyrnwCF

March 17, 2016 via Twitter

RT @SimplyDoug1987: Elon Musk Speech – ‘The Dumbest experiment In History’ youtu.be/znukFtaWPAw #Forward

January 22, 2016 via Twitter

@van_tho @HighWireDTC Thank you!

Reflections

In recent days visiting Hanoi in Vietnam, what’s been popping up in my mind is the role of mapping in creating and furthering meaningful engagement in urban planning and the material contexts that planning problems are often relating to. As such, I haven’t directly discussed the role of mapping in my PhD thesis, which was more […]

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January 5, 2016 via Twitter

RT @TechCityUK: UK Govt. wants your opinion on #UKDigiStrategy! Join @edsaperia & @nwspk meetup tonight: buff.ly/1Rnc60Y https://t.co/AKk61B6eua

Tagging the city
November 21, 2015 By Sebastian

Tagging has become a part urban places Often unnoticed, tagging has become part of urban life. Imagine your work day. If you use the subway, a machine takes your paper ticket or searches for a matching signal from your RFID-enabled ticket. You check in to work, setting off a timer while opening a access door as you pass […]

November 10, 2015 via Twitter

RT @patricklolivier: Open Lab (Newcastle University) has 20 PhD studentships in HCI, Ubiquitous Computing & Digital Civics: openlab.ncl.ac.uk/phd-enquiry-fo…

September 29, 2015 via Twitter

At Lancaster… Learning about the planners’ plans for the district. Interesting context requiring substantial public engagement going ahead

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