Join panelists Jake Barton (localprojects.net), Kevin Slavin (about.me/slavin), Julian Oliver (julianoliver.com), and Moderator/Instigator Greg J. Smith (serialconsign.com) for a great conversation about Code and Public Space.

"Geographers Rob Kitchin and Martin Dodge dedicated their most recent book to parsing ‘code/spaces’, environments where software and the spatiality of everyday life are “produced through one another”. While the idea of social programming is not new, interaction designers and urbanists now find themselves in the curious position of being able to inflect the experience of urban space through apps, mapping tools and physical computing. Working on the assumption that defining public space is too important to be left to advertising agencies and/or bureaucrats, this panel considers how creative technologists can shape discourse about urban experience and representation."

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