The CityHacker Manifesto

Author's note: This post is longer than most on this blog. I consider it an MVP (minimum viable product in startup "speak") at this stage. So, please forgive any poor writing or clarity issues cause it's a 1.0!) The Problem If you're not rich, making change for the better in a city is very difficult. Higher literacy rates? Better parks? Thriving performing arts scenes? Good luck. You can run for office, but that's a grind at best or an exercise in futility at worst. Plus, government isn't a place…

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