Instagram is remaking our places, as entrepreneurs make their properties selfie-friendly…
Some interesting notes from Julian Dobson's post about High Street regeneration
When it comes to embracing new technologies property isn’t normally on the fast train. It’s a face-to-face business, dealing with assets that usually last lifetimes. But at EG we’ve sensed a change this year. The visibility of iPads at events has shot up and, for some of the more forward-thinking developers and advisers, augmented reality is more what happens after too many drinks in a Mayfair wine bar.
The good folks at Estates Gazette have launched their first iPad app. The Special Edition focuses around the property issues (and property people) involved in sporting events like the Olympic Games, coming to a London near you next year.
A few more screen shots:
If you thought I was quiet towards the end of last week and over the weekend, there was a good reason why: I was preparing myself to open the RICS Social Media Conference 2011. It was very lovely of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors to invite me to introduce the indutry I wrote about for a decade to the ideas that have been central to my working life for the last five years. And I had a blast doing it.
Rachel Armstrong is talking about the future of architecture
Be2camp is a series of unconference-style events focusing on the use of social web technologies in the built environment. And given that those are two of my passions, I’m looking forward to it hugely.