Adam Greenfield on Public Objects

From WIkipedia: Adam Greenfield is an American writer and designer, and is the founder and managing director of urban-systems design practice Urbanscale, based in New York.... Greenfield is best known for his 2006 book Everyware: The dawning age of ubiquitous computing (ISBN 0-321-38401-6), which has been called "groundbreaking" by Bruce Sterling: "One puts it down with a strange conviction that web-designers have transcended geekdom and achieved Zen soulfulness."

If MESH Cities have a spokesperson it is Adam Greenfield. His combination of technical capability with social consideration and design understanding offer the tools needed to anticipate the evolving city. This is a recent talk he gave at the lift conference in France.

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