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Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings argues there are no dumb cities, just dumb leaders.
Kansas City Mayor Sly James says Google Fiber helped wire libraries, open internet access, and cure big telecom companies of arrogance.
Harvard Kennedy School professor Stephen Goldsmith, co-author of The Responsive City, describes the government as a "set of vertical agencies dealing with horizontal problems."
Y Combinator's Michael Seibel gives startups some advice: launch and break the rules.
Jerry Paffendorf, co-founder of LOVELAND Technologies, describes how the technology behind Google's SkyBox and Motor City Mapping can be used for good and bad, for surveillance or eliminating blight.