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May 19th event: What Our Cities are Telling Us

From: Philip A.
Sent on: Wednesday, May 12, 2010 6:23 PM
The Personal Democracy Forum and OpenPlans have partnered for an event series and the first event, "What Our Cities are Telling Us," is coming up May 19th. The event will discuss what we can learn about cities based on the massive amounts of data collected concerning the urban environment and activities of the population. The event will feature Carole Post, the Commissioner of the NYC Department of Information Technology, IBM's Director of Citizenship & Technology, John Tolva, and PdF Founder Andrew Rasiej. The speakers will be talking about what NYC and other cities are doing with their data as well as discussing IBM's Cities Forward project.

Beer and wine will be served.  Hope to see everyone there!

May 19th, from 6:30-8:30
OpenPlans Office
148 Lafayette, Penthouse (map)
$10-$20 (see pricing on event registration page)
Event website:
Series website:

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(Sorry if this hit you on multiple lists)

Philip Ashlock
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