Articles by Anne Schwieger

About Anne Schwieger

Anne Schwieger is a Boston based city planner working to advance digital equity in American cities through a new initiative called the Digital Equity Project. She is a member of the City of Cambridge, MA, Broadband Task Force. She tweets at @DigEquity and @AnneSchwieger.  Email her at [email protected].

Dear 2015, Re: Better Broadband

This blog post is a response to the Dear 2015 group blogging event prompt: The year is 2050. Write a letter to the people of 2015 describing what your city is like, and give them advice on the next 35 years. For more responses, see the Dear 2015 Event Page. Dear 2015,...

The Pursuit of Economic Opportunity Requires Broadband Oriented Development

This blog post is a response to the Meeting of the Minds & Living Cities group blogging event which asks, “How could cities better connect all their residents to economic opportunity?” Recent years have brought a number of exciting developments in the...

From Digital Divide to Digital Equity

March 12 marked the 25th anniversary of the creation of the World Wide Web by Sir Tim Berners Lee.  The web has enabled people around the globe to innovate in ways previously unimagined, collaborate with ease across oceans, and spur revolution.  Imagine explaining the...
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