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A look back on 2011

It’s almost time to close shop for the hol­i­days so I thought I’d do a final post. Here’s a month-by-month look back at some of the major things that hap­pened at Hub­bub in 2011 with links to rel­e­vant posts and such in case you missed it the first time around. Jan­u­ary – We start devel­op­ment […]

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Speaking at CoCities Salon Amsterdam

Cog­ni­tive Cities cer­tain­ly has been the most stim­u­lat­ing con­fer­ence of 2011 for me so far. (Despite the few short­com­ings I report­ed on ear­li­er.) So I am super glad it is get­ting fol­low-up in the form of a salon in Ams­ter­dam. Tomor­row. And I will be speak­ing. So, Thurs­day June 30 in TrouwAmsterdam’s Verdieping: Cog­ni­tive Cities […]

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Human desire in the cognitive city

As I write this I am on a train to Utrecht, the last leg of my jour­ney home from Berlin. I was there for Cog­ni­tive Cities, a con­fer­ence on urban com­put­ing, data visu­al­iza­tion and relat­ed sub­jects. It’s been a hell of a week­end — a few minor flaws aside, the con­fer­ence was great and I […]

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