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Technopolitics and the Living Resource System

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Pablo Benson-Silva dicusses the future of activism and what movements can offer traditional political models.

Projective Fictions & Urban Desires: Toward Open-Ended Civic Spaces in Detroit

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Anya Sirota talks about rendering narratives of place visible and contextually-driven micro strategies.

Saving Ourselves for Later

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Nicola Twilley on how we can make the cold chain legible, one small-scale solution at a time

The Open City has Two Hearts

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Bernardo Gutierrez from Madrid's MediaLab-Prado Collective on the open source city and the new urban commons.

Solving Problems without Defining Them

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Giulio Quaggiotto on “building elevators for mutants” to harness the power of human creativity.

Poetic Survival: Learning from Tijuana

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Raúl Cárdenas Osuna on how cities can learn from the art world to create systems.

Discoveries, by Accidents and Sagacity

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Greg Lindsay on how cities can engineer serendipity for higher productivity.

The Opposite of Silicon Valley

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Mitchell Joachim on the Brooklyn Navy Yard and new manufacturing as the new model of urban idustry.

From E-Government to We-Government

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Andrew Rasiej of Civic Hall on civic tech for the public good.