Only 27,000 housing units added, since 2000 in SF. We need to get to a number, where we are adding 100,000/year http://t.co/4gQLxr326G
WeWork's Coliving Spaces Could Debut This Year http://t.co/h3BZ2a0Mk5
MIT's Kent Larson is reimagining how we'll live in denser cities of the future - getting more use out of less space with smarter vehicles and apartments that transform themselves throughout the day.
Morph City: Kent Larson is reimagining urban living, from autonomous 3-wheelers to transformable micro-apartments. http://t.co/XTSXoduXPk
A German group which matchmakes citizens willing to share their homes with refugees said it had been overwhelmed by offers of support, with plans in the works for similar schemes in other European countries.
'Airbnb for refugees' group overwhelmed by offers of help http://t.co/V6QDc9FUZq
Most countries’ public wealth is larger than their public debt. While managing debt has become a matter of great concern during the financial crisis, public wealth remains opaque and largely ignored.
Tech-entrepreneurs are reinventing the world - public policy-makers the wheel @adwooldridge http://t.co/UGOKfAGAaH http://t.co/KuqamGcCrF
Recently I was researching the potential for a new product aimed at some very technical people. It had been really hard to find the right participants for our research. We needed experts with very specific skills.
Using prototypes as provocations in research, my latest post for Beyond Context https://t.co/7snhBZYZmE
Are prefab boxes the answer to Britain's severe housing shortage? http://t.co/m7rquCSH7L http://t.co/ROEw0ZY5KI
Action Alert - Encourage @americascup to protect the ocean #KeeptheCupClean http://bit.
I was just in the Caribbean. It was disturbing to see plastics in the seas from human activities. @oceanplastics https://t.co/uts3J6h7BY
Big Other: Surveillance Capitalism and the Prospects of an Information Civilization. @ShoshanaZuboff http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=2594754 …
Oh Boy: this is so eminently plausible. Not Big Brother but Big Other, who as we know does knot exist. https://t.co/gAFQ7HfOX0
Think of it as a map of the rapidly changing world of computer software. On Wednesday, Github published a graph tracking the popularity of various programming languages on its eponymous internet service, a tool that lets anyone store, edit, and coll…
GitHub graph shows success of Open Source code. http://t.co/svX6JPLX4S Expect the same to become true of physical construction languages.
The tide of popular sentiment is turning against tracking-based advertising — and Apple knows it. That’s why they’re enabling “content blocking” in iOS 9 (the new mobile operating system that will soon go in your iPhone and iPad).
‘Apple’s content blocking is chemo for the cancer of adtech’ by @dsearls
Agreed @DavidLammy, #affordablehousing in #London is desperately needed. Pocket's on it: http://t.co/feDTpkMwgO @GuardianHousing @guardian
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#Dogpatch residents - how can the City improve public spaces in your nhbd? Share your ideas with us @NeighborlandSF https://neighborland.
Bay Area neighbors, help @SFPlanning prioritize the design of our public spaces in #Dogpatch and #CentralWaterfront https://t.co/Dr60Ywbmx1
In crowded cities, underused parking lots could be covered in tiny, tree-like houses http://t.co/DTFXw8hBQU via @FastCoExist
We proudly sold our 1st ever #microbonds to better #SLUSD! http://buff.ly/1VsTKwy @SanLeandroPatch #muniland #impinv
Congrats to the team at @Neighborly on funding their first municipal "micro-bond." https://t.co/QDkx0piHsc
Google Votes: A Liquid Democracy Experiment on a Corporate Social Network http://t.co/XvNxN0YwOt
First transmitted in 1979, writer Colin Ward sets out to discover the truth about Britain’s New Towns. He visits Harlow, Peterlee, Runcorn and the youngest and biggest New Town, Milton Keynes, hearing from their architects and residents, and examini…
Terrific 1979 film by Colin Ward on the new towns: http://t.co/fPX7oUzHRm & forthcoming AF event on Ward: http://t.co/2nKd9bX652
I realised that Vinay had stopped talking. It was still early on a Friday morning at one of our weekly Tuttle conversations and there was just me, Vinay and some young chap of indeterminate origin, but smelling of Ivy League MBA and inadequately dre…
RT @Annemcx: Cracking post by @LloydDavis feat @leashless The City of London: Eaten by code, replaced by robots? http://t.co/rEFYhLQcqg