Technology & Serendipity: Stumbling in the City

Monday, 31st January at 6:30pm
Stubbins Room, Harvard Graduate School of Design, 48 Quincy Street, Cambridge, MA 02138

Loeb Fellowship Spring Seminars
Much, Much More with Much, Much Less

The Loeb Fellows invite… 
Ethan Zuckerman, Senior Researcher, Harvard’s Berkman Center for Internet and Society  
Moderated by Nicco Mele, Adjunct Lecturer, Shorenstein Center at Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government and Founder of EchoDitto

For thousands of years, social networks have been transacted in the physical space of buildings and cities. Facebook and Twitter have changed the landscape of transaction. To what degree is this a good thing? Do digital networks create new, unexpected and beneficial forms of transaction? Or, do they just reinforce ties with people we already know? Do these digital interactions change the ways that people behave in physical space? How should urban planners and designers be responding?

To address these questions, the Loeb Fellows have invited Nicco Mele, Associate Professor at the Kennedy School to host a conversation with leading thinker, Ethan Zuckerman, Senior Researcher at Harvard’s Berkman Center for Internet and Society.

For more information contact
Sally Young
Program Coordinator, Loeb Fellowship
48 Quincy Street, Room 305
Cambridge, MA 02138
617 495 9345
fax: 617 384 9529
Mobile: 857 891 6972

1 Comments on “Technology & Serendipity: Stumbling in the City”

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