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May 21, 2009 9:02pm

flea market mapping

The Where 2.0 conference is just wrapping up, and I was lucky enough to be involved in two sessions.

On Tuesday, Shawn and I hosted a workshop followup to our Maps From Scratch tutorial first performed/taught/endured/magicked at Etech conference back in March. You can read more about the tutorial and check out our public Amazon Machine Image at mapsfromscratch.com.

Earlier today, I got to talk about my love of old-timery map georectification, and these are my slides:

Now I'm listening to Aaron Cope talk about donuts and shapefiles.

May 12, 2009 1:03am

everybody online and looking good

...let's see what we can see.

Stanford's GIS special interest group invited me down to the campus for a guest lecture and a bit of q-and-a, which was great (thanks Nicole). Here are my talk notes in a big PDF like last time; I cover two complementary movements in online mapping: delivery standardizing, cartography diversifying.

May 8, 2009 4:56pm

anonymous hugging wall

Andy just pointed out the Anonymous Hugging Wall:

There should have been one of these at every east/west bording crossing during the cold war, on the north/south DMZ in Korea, and each Israeli/Palestine checkpoint. It's silly and creepy and amazing.

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