- — Gemma Humphrys (@GemmaMySociety)Thu, Apr 21 2016 14:40:32
The venue was well-situated
Mark Cridge, mySociety's CEO, kicked things off
- — mysociety (@mysociety)Wed, Apr 27 2016 08:14:32
- — Mor Rubinstein (@Morchickit)Thu, Apr 28 2016 08:12:09
Rebecca Rumbul, mySociety's Head of Research, took the baton
Dr. Guy Grossman gave the first keynote, on mobile civic tech
- — Fabrizio Scrollini (@Fscrollini)Wed, Apr 27 2016 08:34:47
- — Auntie National (@mayameme)Wed, Apr 27 2016 08:34:25#tictec GuyGrossman on mobile civic tech barriers: "govt knows that citizens know that the govt doesn't know which clinic/school is closed"
- — Sophia Apostolia (@sophies_voice)Wed, Apr 27 2016 08:35:35#TICTec stats from Africa: 20% of population have used a computer, 85% have access to mobile phones (but not all have access to Internet)
TICTeC 2016: Barcelona
TICTeC, the Impacts of Civic Technologies conference from mySociety, brought people from all over the world to talk about the things that really matter: research, impact and civic tech. Not to mention Facebook, Minecraft, spreadsheets, and...well, read on.