“Berlin is a pulsing, exciting city with so manyvaried and distinctive neighborhoods, iconichistory all around, great food at all levels andfrom every corner of the world ... an excellentplace to set up camp and make a greatrecord.” (R.E.M. in Rolling Stone, July 2010) Cities Are Serendipity Hubs
Networked life, networkedwork, networked learning Open Government
Min BZK For Sake of Transparencyhttp://www.ﬂickr.com/photos/piet_musterd/3856928872/
Open StandardsnetworkedNetworked life, / Machinework, networkedstrings Readable / No learning
Data is object of socialityNetworked life, networked forwork, networked learning Participation
Participationlife, networked Networked is path to Data use work, networked learning
Tim DaviesNetworked life, networked “It takes a socialwork, networked learning infrastructure”
Government as Platform what data from other dept. needed? what to offer? questions Politicians Civil Servants Networked life, networked what data do citizens need to work, networked learning(privacy, org interest, unfair help gov or take on tasks? info advantages to solve) what data, what form? what skills, literacy, attitude, E do citizens need? solutions Organisations Citizens what data makes relationship possible?
Data feeds Participation Networked life, networkedParticipation creates Data use work, networked learning
Most visible in our immediate enviro: our city, feed serendipity, intervene in Networked life, networked complex enviro work, networked learning Right Where You Live
Networked life, eat safe to networkedwork, networked learning Safe to Eat
Networked life, networked fix my streetwork, networked learning ‘Fix My Street’
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