I had the pleasure this weekend of attending EcoHackNYC for the second time. It was a generous, brilliant, and fun group to join for a day of hacking. Sadly, this time, as last, I had public transit issues, so I did not make it for the Friday night ignite talks. There were a number of talks and topics; swing over to twitter and search for … Continue reading EcoHackNYC, version 2.0
I took a bus to New York City this weekend to enjoy the company of fellow hackers at EcoHackNYC, organized by Javier Torre and Andrew Hill of Vizzuality and Robin Kraft of REDD Metrics. Due to delays in Pittsburg, I missed the ignite talks on Friday, arriving on NYU’s campus on Saturday morning. Several groups formed around topics and we started hacking. I worked on … Continue reading EcoHackNYC– Cool projects, fun new ideas, human waste, CartoDB and other flotsam.