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Category Archives: Featured

Northern Voice 2010 Panel Preview — From Tweets to Plans: Online Conversation for Urban Planning

On May 7th, I’ll be moderating a panel bridging two worlds of practice that I think are going to be increasingly interested in each other: urban planning and online publishing.

Planning in the Age of Participation — presentation at SCARP 2010 Student Symposium on Resilience

Some reflections and thoughts on my presentation on “Planning in the Age of Participation,” my presentation at the 2010 SCARP Symposium on Resilience.

Vancouver Hackathon and Adopt-A-Stop: The Idea

“Adopt-a-Stop” is our idea for a web and mobile-enabled application for community members to find and share information about the five-block radius around each bus stop. As the name alludes, the service will encourage and empower individual community members to garden and curate and take ownership of an individual Facebook-style page for each stop.

Thanks for your Blogathon support!

My 24 hour adventure of blogging for public space advocacy and education was a success! In the end, I raised $192 for the Vancouver Public Space Network, which I’m sure they will make into wonderful feats of merry and learning around the public realm. Thanks to my fellow Blogathoners, WorkSpace, and especially Miss604 and Raul […]

Public Space Blogathon needs your support!

I’m writing on my blog for 24 hours straight starting 6am today, July 25th, 2009, to raise money for the Vancouver Public Space Network. Please consider supporting me by sponsoring, commenting on this blog or contributing some content to my site on the theme of public space. Thanks for visiting! Check out my posts below…or […]

Participating in Blogathon 2009 on Saturday, July 25th

It’s now official — as of yesterday evening, this blog is registered to participate in Blogathon 2009, a distributed, simultaneous fundraiser for a huge number of charities from all over the place. As you may or may not be able to discern from the name, a Blogathon is similar in spirit to a walkathon. Starting […]