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Thursday, December 16, 2010 - By Ben Berkowitz - No comments
The Rockefeller Foundation released an info graphic today displaying the "The Future of Cities, Information and Inclusion" In a a Fast Company story titled The Battle for Control of Smart Cities the highly informative graphic is discussed in more detail. One of the bubbles in the graphic: "Crowdsourced public services (best exemplified in the U.S. bySeeClickFix)"
Our friends at CroundCrew are also shown in the graphic. If you have not yet, you should definitely check out their platform for mobilizing citizens to solve problems in the public space.
Below is a snapshot from that graphic.
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