Can you believe that it’s already day four of Social Media Week Bogota? We know we can’t! It’s been an amazing week so far and we have two full days of speakers and, of course, Beer O’clocks and our closing party. (You can see the full agenda here.)
The morning of day three focused on how ordinary citizens can change their cities. We had a great panel with Ricardo Arango of Mejor en Bici, Megan Dalton of US based SeeClickFix and German Sarmiento of MiBlogota. They spoke about how social media platforms can help everyday people make their cities better by giving them tools to connect with each other to drive initiatives and action and how they could use these tools to also push the local governments to make improvements – and that local governments can use these tools, too.
We came back after lunch and had a packed house listening to conversations on social gaming.
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