Categories

Twitter

The sky's the limit for cities, or in the case of our #bookoftheweek, the seabed. With SF preparing for 3 feet of sea level rise by 2050, this science might not be fiction. Hear from author Kim Stanley Robinson at The Redirect: Technology After Capitalism: 4/25 at 7pm. @ksrinfo

In San Francisco this week? Join us on 4/25 for The Redirect: Technology after Capitalism. In collaboration w/ @knowledgeSF, we ask how tech might be redirected beyond capitalism. With Finn Brunton, Kim Stanley Robinson, Andrea Steves, @xrw, @caitlinzaloom

The Redirect: Technology after Capitalism | Public Books

April 25, 2019 @ 7:00 pm–8:00 pm - Technology has rapidly transformed our world, and capitalism has accelerated the pace of innovation and economic ...

buff.ly

It's Earth Day! Whether you're composting, recycling, or maintaining a 4,400 square foot wall of 38 different species of plants, every decision helps. Get inspired from our Living Wall at @sfmoma, then head to the free SF Earth Day festival for eco-friendly family fun.

Out with the old and in with the PayPal, Venmo, CashApp, Bitcoin, GoogleWallet, & ApplyPay. This #bookoftheweek hits the shelves (and the web) this June. Can't wait? Listen to author #FinnBrunton at our PK Talk, The Redirect: Technology after Capitalism on 4/25. See you then!

Interview
A Guide to Infrastructures: An Interview with Tim Hwang
By Public Knowledge
AI data ethics government innovation networks policy politics technology
Report
Designing with Communities in Mind
By Public Knowledge
activism cities community gentrification infrastructure public space social practice urban planning
Report
Talking Climate Change through Art and China
By Annie Malcolm and Rachelle Reichert
art cities culture environment ethics infrastructure urban planning
Interview
Bridging the Digital Divide
By Public Knowledge
community education inclusion inequality innovation libraries social service technology
Essay
Local Codes: Forms of Spatial Knowledge
By Shannon Mattern
activism cities data mapping networks policy privacy public space social practice surveillance technology urban planning
Interview
Designing for Climate Change
By Sophia Fish
architecture cities education museums technology
Essay
Living in the Archives
By Jenny Odell
art cities community diversity gentrification photography policy public space urban planning
Interview
Knowledge from the Margins
By Sophia Fish
art culture education visual culture
Report
Reimagining the City
By Public Knowledge
art cities culture gentrification history inequality infrastructure mapping media public space urban planning
Interview
Reassembling the Public
By Sophia Fish
activism art cultural institutions culture design education public space social practice
Essay
Welcome to The Stacks
By Public Knowledge
Interview
Why Museums and Archives Can’t Afford to Think Like Businesses
By Cory Doctorow
cultural institutions data economy surveillance technology
Interview
The Value of Networks at a Time of Fragmentation
By Jon Christensen
cities cultural institutions innovation networks technology
Interview
Promoting Dignity, Compassion and a Community Living Room
By Megan Martenyi
cities community homelessness housing inclusion libraries
Interview
Libraries and Public Knowledge
By Lindsey Westbrook
art community education libraries museums networks