If you take the time to register (and you're already halfway there), you can have a bit of a louder voice in these conversations. As a registered user, you can help correct, add or expand entries, you can create new entries for works that we've missed so far, and you can post to the Temporary Works blog, anytime you see interesting new interventions in public space.
There are two ways to register:
1) Use Facebook Connect - just login to Facebook, and you're logged in to the Public Art Database. That's good enough for us. See the button on the side menu on most pages.
@) Create an account with your email address (which we will not use for any purpose other than administerting this site), and give us your agreement that you take full responsibility for your contributions to this site, including the intellectual property rights of any text or photos that you post on this site.
: As in Wikipedia, any changes in entries or new entries are recorded in the system. It also means you should be responsible and transparent in your contributions to the site.