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Blogging ‘Blogging the City’

The Dutch delegation of the Tupalo team will attend Pop-Up City’s Blogging the City, a one-day festival in Amsterdam on 4 October, 2012, where a selection of ‘Europe’s finest city bloggers share their ideas and inspiration live on stage’.
The afternoon program of Blogging the City will take place at Pakhuis de Zwijger’s Studio. The night program, that starts at 20:00 h., is being held in the Grote Zaal.

Blogging The City is a traveling event. The first Blogging the City festival took place in Berlin in 2011, and brought together a selection of European bloggers to discuss urbanism in the online world to a real-life audience. Now it’s Amsterdam’s turn. Blogging the City is curated and organized by The Pop-Up City, an online magazine by Amsterdam-based urban design agency Golfstromen which showcases new ideas, trends and strategies for contemporary world cities.

The afternoon program features talks from:
Régine Debatty (we-make-money-not-art), Zef Hemel (Vrijstaat Amsterdam), Luc Harings (ilovenoord), Ernst-Jan Pfauth (, Stefan Höffken (Urbanophil), Wouter Boon (Amsterdam Ad Blog) and Martijn de Waal (The Mobile City)

… and in the evening, these people will take the stage:
Mikael Colville-Andersen (Copenhagenize), Antonia Märzhäuser (Freunde von Freunden), Filip Visnjic (CreativeApplications), Stefan Höffken (Urbanophil), Rudolf Klöckner (Urban Shit) and Charlie Hilton (Urban Times)

We are ‘dabei‘ and will try and cover the event using our personal twitter accounts (Floor; Moniek; Paul). Wouldn’t be surprised if a summary would appear on this blog in the next days either. ;)

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