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Jan 9, 2017

Vaishnavi Iyer and Peter Jacobson, Inaugural Code for Aotearoa Fellows join guest co-host Jack Chapman and David Binstead to talk recent adventures in civic engagement and big data value creation for Wellington City Council and Land Information New Zealand. Some of us tasted and rated beer from Garage Project, nobody got hurt, everyone was real hungry after Vaishnavi talked about Panipuri - Wikipedia.

Episode runs just shy of an hour, with a few minutes of after-show to round out to 1:02 approx.

Who and Where:

Vaishnavi Iyer (@vaishnavi_i_26) | Twitter

Pete Jacobson (@petejakey) | Twitter

twice podcast (@twicepodcast) | Twitter

twice podcast (@twicepodcast) • Instagram photos and videos

Jack (@montybaxter) • Instagram photos and videos

David Binstead (@david_binstead) | Twitter

Links:

Code for Aotearoa: Home page

Bret Victor - The Future of Programming

Code for Aotearoa [video]: Civic Lab

Code for Aotearoa [video]: Land Information New Zealand

Beer #1: Garage Project 'BEER'

Beer #2: Garage Project Hakituri

Remesh - Replacing Polls and Surveys with Conversation

g0v.asia

Independent explanation of Facipulation

twice podcast episode #35 is brought to you with the generous support of BizDojo Wellington and Garage Project, and by Patreon supporters including: Driedfrog Ltd, ErgoStyle NZ, The Beer Library, Dave Lane, and other generous patrons.

twice: two weeks in creative endeavour: Patreon

We bribe innovators, creatives +social enterprisers with (usually) beer, every fortnight from Aotearoa/New Zealand, since August 2015. Produced, edited, co-hosted and published by David Binstead, with occasional guest co-hosts.

twice podcast #35 'Facipulation' ©43words/David Binstead 2017.