[Air-L] Air-L CFH: examples of 'digital city'?

jin shang j.shang.ebox at gmail.com
Thu Jan 20 21:50:13 PST 2011


Thanks Richard and Alejandro for sharing this. It's terrific!

Best,
Jin

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From: Richard Taylor <rdt4 at psu.edu>
Date: 21 January 2011 12:42
Subject: RE: [Air-L] CFH: examples of 'digital city'?
To: jin shang <j.shang.ebox at gmail.com>


Just joining the thread.  If no one has yet mentioned it, you might look at
the website of the Intelligent Community Forum
(http://www.intelligentcommunity.org/) which just named its top seven
intelligent communities in the world for 2011.

Richard Taylor
Institute for Information Policy
Penn State University


On 21 January 2011 11:59, Catherine Middleton
<lists at catherinemiddleton.ca>wrote:
Telematics and Informatics has a special issue on Digital Cities coming out
soon. The papers are available from the T&I Elsevier site in the Articles in
Press section.

The Intelligent Communities Forum (http://www.intelligentcommunity.org)
promotes 21 'intelligent communities' each year. Profiles of these
communities are available on their website.

Catherine Middleton
Ryerson University
catherine.middleton at ryerson.ca

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Thanks everybody for your kindly help! Your messages are all very useful.
I'm currently doing a research on the 'ecological system' of 'digital city'.
If any of you're interested let's keep in touch. Thanks.

Regards,
Jin


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Hi, Jin.
In Argentina, you can visit the "San Luis Digital" project site:
http://www.sanluisdigital.edu.ar/sldasp/index.asp (english version)

Bests,

Alejandro Tortolini
Science & Tech Journalist - Teacher


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On 20 January 2011 23:00, Jeremy hunsinger <jeremy at tmttlt.com> wrote:

> also not quite what you are looking for... but we have the famed
> Electronic Village... www.bev.net of which there has been many pages
> of ink spilled.
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Hi Jin,

The Portuguese digital cities program was extremely interesting and a little
bit different from the rest of the digital cities projects. You can check my
article "Are digital cities intelligent? The Portuguese case",
*International
Journal of Innovation and Regional Development * (IJIRD), Vol. 1, Nº 4, pp.
443-463, where you find examples and other bibliography on the subject.

Take care,

Bárbara Barbosa Neves
Research Fellow
Centre for Public Administration & Policies
CAPP-ISCSP, Technical University of Lisbon
Rua Professor Almerindo Lessa,
1300-663 Lisboa
Portugal

Visiting Scholar,
NetLab, University of Toronto
IMK, University of Oslo

www.bbneves.com

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Some I'd come across

New to me, on Teeside, is One NorthEast's Digital City

http://www.onenortheast.co.uk/page/environment/digitalcity.cfm

Long established is (originally a project of Virginia Tech) Blacksburg
(Virginia) Electronic Village - Jeremy Hunsinger has had a lot and long term
involvement ...

http://www.designnine.com/news/content/blacksburg-electronic-village-most-wi
red-town-america<http://www.designnine.com/news/content/blacksburg-electronic-village-most-wi%0Ared-town-america>
http://www.bev.net/index.php

I see Paris has claimed to be a digital city
http://www.items-int.com/spip.php?rubrique75

Sophia Antipolis http://www.sophia-antipolis.org/GB/index3.htm possibly,
though arguably largely a technology / business park

Hope that helps

Dominic

Having successfully completed Walk Like a Pirate with a few piractical
companions http://tinyurl.com/22uaypo you can see progress on the
construction of the Pirates' new fully accessible broadbeam boat at
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There's still time to help see at http://uk.virginmoneygiving.com/zorro


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http://www.virtualhelsinki.net/english/index.html
http://www.wdc2012helsinki.fi/en/digital-helsinki

Not sure if these are what you're looking for.

Regards,
Yefeng



2011/1/19, jin shang <j.shang.ebox at gmail.com>:
> Dear all,
>
> Can anybody give me any specific examples of 'digital city' in your
> countries. It'd be good if there are websites as well. Here I've got one,
> 'digital Birmingham' (http://www.digitalbirmingham.co.uk/). Thanks for the
> help!
>
> Best regards,
> Jin Shang
>
> ------------------------------
> PhD, Academic Project Manager
> Department of Media and Communication
> University of Leicester, UK
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