Open Data has entered its 'turbulent teenage years'
Open Data - for cities -is in the “turbulent teenage years”. At least according to Andrew Zaleski, who just wrote a piece by that name for Next City.
It looks at the explosion of open city data not just in Chicago and but other cities like Philadelphia and Los Angeles, that have hired Chief Data Officers and populated open data portals. He spoke to leaders in government and open data communities around the country to see where they think the movement is headed. He joins us.