MetroLab’s 10 Principles for Government + University Partnerships

Using tools like algorithms and sensors, smart cities increase the quality of life for their residents, by making these communities cleaner, safer and healthier. When done thoughtfully smart cities efforts can also strive to make cities more inclusive and equitable. At the end of the day, it’s all about the people who live in these communities and making their interactions with city and/or county services easier and better.

IT in Canada interviews Bill Reinert

IT in Canada interviews Bill Reinert

After Bill's presentation Changing Cities – Changing Cars, Mary Allen of IT in Canada Magazine interviewed Bill Reinert about the future of personal vehicles. An excerpt from the accompanying article: The underlying premise of the “Changing Cities – Changing Cars”...

Work-life balance coverage from CNBC

Work-life balance coverage from CNBC

CNBC's Rob Reuteman cites Meeting of the Minds co-founder Gordon Feller in his new article, Companies Embrace Telecommuting as a Retention Tool. An excerpt: [blockquote]Cisco Systems, with 65,000 employees in 92 countries, has saved $1 billion in the past 2.5 years...

ReNew Canada asks: Will the Car Always Be King?

ReNew Canada asks: Will the Car Always Be King?

As part of their Meeting of the Minds 2011 coverage, ReNew Canada asks their readers: Should we be trying to further mass transit by tackling the last-mile problem or should we admit cars aren’t going anywhere and look for more efficient vehicles? The online poll...

GM’s EN-V Zero-Emission, Electric Concept Car

GM’s EN-V Zero-Emission, Electric Concept Car

GM's EN-V concept car is a zero-emission, autonomous, electric vehicle that could serve as the automobile solution of the future. The vehicle was featured at 2011's Meeting of the Minds in Boulder, CO. It was also featured in Greenbiz.com's coverage of Meeting of the...

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