Tuesday, April 13, 2010 - By zak - No comments
Look out for this photo and a feature on the SeeClickFix Founders in a new book project dedicated to sharing the stories of community improvement projects. Citizen You, by philanthropist and business mogul Jonathan Tisch, urges "readers to take up the mantle of social engagement by showing them how individuals are working to change the world." Tisch is specifically interested in projects like SeeClickFix which use "creativity and grassroots participation to solve seemingly intractable problems."
Ben, Kam, Jeff, and Miles will share the pages with a multitude of innovators and social entrepreneurs, who are changing the game of education, neighborhood activism, sustainable development, engineering, and other fields. Click here to read more about the project.
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- Who Dumped All That Free Speech on My Lawn?
- Holding Down the Fort
- EveryBlock Partners With SeeClickFix
- It Takes a Village 2.0 to Fix a Street
- GOOD Fences make GOOD Neighbors
- New Partners Let Their Readers Know About SeeClick...
- Mashed Up, Craig's Listed
- Hollywood Part II
- SeeClickFix Partners with Journal Register Co.
- SeeClickFix Needs Your Votes
- 10 Entrepreneurs Pushing Gov. Forward
- SeeClickFix working with 311 Call Centers
- Hats off to Hollywood, FL
- Citizens as Public Sensors
- Citizen Who?
- Solving neighborhood violence with technology?
- Know what you need to accept in your neighborhood ...
- How to fix a pothole in Tucson
- This is what I looked like before SeeClickFix
- Graffiti Doesn't Always Have an Address
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