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Creating Networked Urban Spaces To Support Emerging Communities

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Michel Bauwens
26th September 2012

Bernardo Gutiérrez participated in a Harvard University talk entitled ‘Networked spaces, emerging communities’.

“I spoke about P2P CIties, open source cities, hybrid cities, commons cities, crowd sourced cities…. From the global occupations (15M, Occupy…) to many other experiences-projects. There is a hashtag #NetworkedUrbanism.”

The presentation is available via prezi.com/onzrbg2qadeo/networked-spaces-emerging-communities:


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