Cyborg Camp: The Civic Web Will Help You Find Cats, Among Other Things

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We've written a bit about Max Ogden and his Portland API project over the past couple months, so we won't go on about it too much more here. But Ogden spoke this past week at CyborgCamp Portland 2010, a combination conference/un-conference exploring the interactions between humans and computers, and gave a few real-life, up-and-running examples of his idea of the “civic web.” It's funny: Ogden's ...   More
Monday, October 4, 2010 Ron Knox

Open Source Bridge: Geoloqi Will Let Everyone Know Where You Are—If You Want...

[We asked local tech and culture writer Ron Knox to check out Portland's Open Source Bridge, "the conference for open source citizens" this week. Here's his latest blog dispatch. —WW] What do you mean when you say you'll be somewhere in five minutes? Are you actually five minutes away? Ten minutes? Still in the shower? "Five minutes could be any amount of time," says Amber Case, a cyborg ...   More
Thursday, June 3, 2010 Ron Knox


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