On the basis of a balance of ten years research work about planning intended as medium, and of the cyberspace intended as the most suitable environment for such kind of planning, the paper foreshadows a sort of mashup of social interaction tools, aimed at providing a planning environment constantly “connected” with the physical environment. To foster mutual and fruitful cross-references between "actual" and "virtual", rather than still attempting to predetermine a "real" (physical space) extremely trivial through the pre-definition of a "possible" (the plan) unavoidably obvious.

Is Planning 2.0 a Mashup?

DE BONIS, Luciano
2009

Abstract

On the basis of a balance of ten years research work about planning intended as medium, and of the cyberspace intended as the most suitable environment for such kind of planning, the paper foreshadows a sort of mashup of social interaction tools, aimed at providing a planning environment constantly “connected” with the physical environment. To foster mutual and fruitful cross-references between "actual" and "virtual", rather than still attempting to predetermine a "real" (physical space) extremely trivial through the pre-definition of a "possible" (the plan) unavoidably obvious.
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