ETech 2008: "Living, Reinvented: The Technology of Abundance and Constraints"
- Thought the car free list would find this interesting
Particularly this track:
City Tech: Our cities are growing, getting bigger faster than ever
before. People are rushing to them in search of economic and social
opportunity—jobs, urban living, and access to culture. How can
technology help us create livable, prosperous, sustainable cities? What
should mass transit look like? How can we infuse urban infrastructure
with sustainability? How are cities using citizens’ data to become
smarter? What can economics tell us about the way urban populations will
change and behave?
This post is a request for participation. I don't know if JH or anyone
else on the list is interested in presenting, but it might be a good venue.