Andrew Rasiej, NY Tech Alliance Chairman Offers Suggestions on Pokemon Go And Civic Tech

July 21, 2016

L-Bruce-Lincoln and Andrew-Rasiej-marina-villelaAndrew Rasiej, NY Tech Alliance Chairman, and Marie Ternes, an advisor to the NY Tech Alliance, published a very interesting Op-Ed piece in last Friday’s Daily News. In it they call for embedding civic features in Pokémon Go and point out that the results could be transformative. Among their suggestions is designating museums, community health centers, playgrounds, national, state and local parks, and other civic centers as PokéStops or Pokémon gyms.

Check out their piece and leave other creative suggestions you may have below in our comments section.

Photo credit: From left: Bruce Lincoln, Co-Founder of Silicon Harlem, and Andrew Rasiej, Founder of Civic Hall. Photo by Marina Villela Photography.

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