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Street Talk Urban Computing conference

Street Talk, an Urban Computing "Happening," took place on Friday, July 16 at Intel Research Berkeley. I gave a short presentation on Glowlab, the Conflux and our One Block Radius project. This one-day event brought together people and projects with topics ranging from transparent spectacles and billboard liberation to connectivity for netgen kids and urban barflies. Howard Rheingold, Paul Dourish, Anne Galloway, Peter Lunenfeld and other speakers offered a fantastic diversity of perspectives, causing the research lab to fill with the buzz of bright ideas, techno-possibilties and, of course, laptop-tapping and mophone ringing. Look out for an in-depth review of Street Talk to be posted here over the weekend...

--Christina Ray





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We recently visited Intel's reserach lab in Berkeley for a one-day conference called "Street Talk." Our first post about the event includes a few photos, and here's a detailed look at the day's events by Glowlab collaborator and Street Talk-attendee [Read More]

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