Last year I had the opportunity to teach a graduate course on "Web 2.0 for Policy and Planning" at the University of Southern California's School of Policy, Planning & Development.
Mar 11, 2010 By
London is making public more than 200 streams of city data, joining a host of world cities in sharing city-collected data with its citizens.
Jan 8, 2010 BBC
What can we as planners learn from president-elect Barak Obama's use of technology? Blog Post
Jan 19, 2009 By
Here in New York City, there is an incredibly popular burger stand in Madison Square Park called The Shake Shack. It's one of the touchpoints for Silicon Alley, and a great meet-up spot. The problem is that its usually insanely crowded, with an hour-long line stretching well across the park. Blog Post
Oct 28, 2008 By
<p>With increasing amounts of data collected and held by governments, there's a lot of opportunity to make use of it for the betterment of communities, according to this column from Neal Peirce.</p>
Jul 29, 2008 Citiwire
<p>Hot technologies like blogs, mashups, YouTube, Flickr, and social networking are among the most notable of new Internet technologies that are collectively known as Web 2.0. These technologies offer great possibilities for planners.</p>
Apr 11, 2008 Planning Magazine