Friday, September 24, 2010


I previously mentioned that I'd be blogging about many of the fascinating speakers and innovative organizations I was exposed to at BIF6.

SeeClickFix advances a civic Internet through progressive technology and social media. Basically, SeeClickFix allows anyone to report and track local community problems to government officials and the media via the internet.

Think about it. You're driving through your downtown and see a pothole. You take a picture with your cell phone and use a mobile phone app to send the picture through SeeClickFix. The picture and issue is logged on the site, and the governing (transportation or city works) agency receives an alert about the problem.

I'm fascinated by the concept and eager to hear from others if they've used the service and if it's been effective in their communities.

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