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Presentation at IA Summit 2010 by John Tolva & Don Turnbull

Presentation at IA Summit 2010 by John Tolva & Don Turnbull
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  • Metropolitan Information Architecture John Tolva (@immerito) Don Turnbull (@donturn) #metroia
  • More than ever before, human life revolves around the city. In 1900, 13% of the world’s population lived in cities. #metroia
  • More than ever before, human life revolves around the city. In 2007, that number surpassed 50% —and it continues to grow. Source: United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs, Population Division, World Urbanization Prospects, 2007 #metroia
  • More than ever before, human life revolves around the city. By 2050, 70% of all people on earth will be city dwellers. #metroia
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  • “The patterns of data in the streets, the systems that enable and carry them, the quality of those connections, their various levels of openness or privacy, will all affect the way the street feels rather more than street furniture or road signs. Holes in data, public and private, may become more relevant than the pothole in the pavement — until you trip over it, at least.” — Dan Hill #metroia
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  • latent explicit #metroia
  • invisible visible #metroia
  • built environment read/write environment #metroia
  • How can we design a city that is as defined by its information architecture as it is by its physical architecture? #metroia
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  • The city of information is accessible. #metroia
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  • The city of information is context-rich. #metroia
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  • The city of information is not a social network. #metroia
  • The city of information surfaces patterns. #metroia
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  • What are the implications of a readable, networked urbanism? #metroia
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  • cityforward.org
  • What will the city experience be in 10 years? 20 years? #metroia
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  • The Opportunity #metroia
  • “In the networked city, the truly pressing need is for translators: people capable of opening occult systems up, demystifying them, explaining their implications to the people whose neighborhoods and choices and very lives are increasingly conditioned by them.” — Adam Greenfield #metroia
  • Nov 2009 The Information Architecture of Cities, L. Andrew Coward and Nikos Salingaros. #metroia
  • Metropolitan Information Architecture John Tolva (@immerito) Don Turnbull (@donturn) #metroia