[Sorry if you've seen this.]

I thought I'd mention that The Hackable City is now available online for
free (also in a book —  not free). My chapter called "A Hacking Atlas:
Holistic Hacking in the Urban Theater" is the next to the last one listed
so I thought I could mention it here. I talk about 7 "spaces" in which
"hacking" can be done. At any rate, I'm hoping that they can be useful: 1
Information and Communication Space; 2 Governance Space; 3 Social,
Organizational, and Institutional Space; 4 Infrastructure Space; 5 Physical
Space; 6 External Space; and 7 Imaginary Space.


— Doug

The Hackable City <https://link.springer.com/book/10.1007/978-981-13-2694-3>
 : Digital Media and Collaborative City-Making in the Network Society


edited by Michiel de Lange and Martijn de Waal

Introduction—The Hacker, the City and Their Institutions: From Grassroots
Urbanism to Systemic Change

Martijn de Waal, Michiel de Lange

Power to the People: Hacking the City with Plug-In Interfaces for Community
Engagement <https://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-981-13-2694-3_2>

Luke Hespanhol, Martin Tomitsch

Rapid Street Game Design: Prototyping Laboratory for Urban Change

Viktor Bedö

The City as Perpetual Beta: Fostering Systemic Urban Acupuncture

Joel Fredericks, Glenda Amayo Caldwell, Marcus Foth, Martin Tomitsch

Transforming Cities by Designing with Communities

Rosie Webb, Gabriela Avram, Javier Burón García, Aisling Joyce

Economic Resilience Through Community-Driven (Real Estate) Development in

Matthijs Bouw, Despo Thoma

This Is Our City! Urban Communities Re-appropriating Their City

Gabriela Avram

Removing Barriers for Citizen Participation to Urban Innovation

Annika Wolff, Daniel Gooch, Jose Cavero, Umar Rashid, Gerd Kortuem

Working in Beta: Testing Urban Experiments and Innovation Policy Within
Dublin City Council

Fiona McDermott

Reinventing the Rules: Emergent Gameplay for Civic Learning

Cristina Ampatzidou

Data Flow in the Smart City: Open Data Versus the Commons
Beckwith, John Sherry, David Prendergast

Hacking, Making, and Prototyping for Social Change

Ingrid Mulder, Péter Kun

Unpacking the Smart City Through the Lens of the Right to the City: A
Taxonomy as a Way Forward in Participatory City-Making

Irina Anastasiu

A Hacking Atlas: Holistic Hacking in the Urban Theater


Douglas Schuler

Of Hackers and Cities: How Selfbuilders in the Buiksloterham Are Making
Their City <https://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-981-13-2694-3_15>

Michiel de Lange

Douglas Schuler
Twitter: @doug_schuler

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