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WiFi Geographies: When Code Meets Place

WiFi Geographies: When Code Meets Place Over the past decade, since the Internet’s mainstream adoption in 1995, scholars have used a plethora of spatial metaphors to describe the spaces and places of digital information. However, in the current moment, a... Continue Reading →

Work and the Open Source City

Work and the Open Source City One chilly Wednesday afternoon in late May, I joined a small group of technologists, researchers, architects and urban planners on a field trip through Lower Manhattan and three distinct neighborhoods in Brooklyn to get... Continue Reading →

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