Author Archives: Martijn de Waal

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Field notes: neighborhood community platforms: questions about ownership and governance.

Gebiedonline.nl is a cooperatively owned social media platform for neighborhood communities that is being used by a number of local networks in Dutch cities such as Amsterdam, Gouda and Amersfoort. The initiative was launched at Pakhuis de Zwijger on January

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Field notes: neighborhood community platforms: questions about ownership and governance.

Gebiedonline.nl is a cooperatively owned social media platform for neighborhood communities that is being used by a number of local networks in Dutch cities such as Amsterdam, Gouda and Amersfoort. The initiative was launched at Pakhuis de Zwijger on January

Play the City

Play the City Buiksloterham (I) Developing a common agenda for a Circular Buiksloterham

The City Innovation Game Buiksloterham from HackableCity   On Thursday November 26, around thirty stakeholders involved in the (re)development of Buiksloterham (BSH) – a brownfield transformation and regeneration project in the northern part of Amsterdam – assembled in Pakhuis de

Play the City

Play the City Buiksloterham (I) Developing a common agenda for a Circular Buiksloterham

The City Innovation Game Buiksloterham from HackableCity   On Thursday November 26, around thirty stakeholders involved in the (re)development of Buiksloterham (BSH) – a brownfield transformation and regeneration project in the northern part of Amsterdam – assembled in Pakhuis de

Digital Cities 9

27 June 2015, Limmerick, all day @University: Digital Cities 9 Workshop on Hackable Cities Programme

Digital Cities 9 Workshop “Hackable Cities: From Subversive City Making to Systemic Change” 27 June 2015, University of Limerick The Digital Cities workshop series started in 1999, and is the longest running academic workshop series that has followed the intertwined

Digital Cities 9

27 June 2015, Limmerick, all day @University: Digital Cities 9 Workshop on Hackable Cities Programme

Digital Cities 9 Workshop “Hackable Cities: From Subversive City Making to Systemic Change” 27 June 2015, University of Limerick The Digital Cities workshop series started in 1999, and is the longest running academic workshop series that has followed the intertwined