Posts Tagged: hackable city

Essay Estafette reflecties op de toekomst van de digitale overheid

Essay (in Dutch) “Stories about smart cities: how citizen can identify with their city”

Recently I wrote an essay at the invitation of the Dutch Ministry of the Interior and Kingdom Relations (BZK). In the essay (Dutch), I argue that the lack of appealing narratives about smart cities is one of the reasons why citizen engagement remains such

Essay Estafette reflecties op de toekomst van de digitale overheid

Essay (in Dutch) “Stories about smart cities: how citizen can identify with their city”

Recently I wrote an essay at the invitation of the Dutch Ministry of the Interior and Kingdom Relations (BZK). In the essay (Dutch), I argue that the lack of appealing narratives about smart cities is one of the reasons why citizen engagement remains such

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Report: How self builders are hacking Buiksloterham

1. Introduction: understanding self building in the Buiksloterham The issue we are interested in with the Hackable City project is, put simply, how digital media can democratize city making. How can the city be made “hackable”, that is, opened up

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Report: How self builders are hacking Buiksloterham

1. Introduction: understanding self building in the Buiksloterham The issue we are interested in with the Hackable City project is, put simply, how digital media can democratize city making. How can the city be made “hackable”, that is, opened up

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New publication “The Hackable City: A Research Manifesto and Design Toolkit”

The Hackable City: A Research Manifesto and Design Toolkit  Cristina Ampatzidou, Matthijs Bouw, Froukje van de Klundert, Michiel de Lange, Martijn de Waal In a hackable city, new media technologies are employed to open up urban institutions and infrastructures to

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New publication “The Hackable City: A Research Manifesto and Design Toolkit”

The Hackable City: A Research Manifesto and Design Toolkit  Cristina Ampatzidou, Matthijs Bouw, Froukje van de Klundert, Michiel de Lange, Martijn de Waal In a hackable city, new media technologies are employed to open up urban institutions and infrastructures to