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Aug 30, 2008 1:24am

neocartography

Andrew just added a last-minute SXSW panel to the picker.

Here's what it's about:

Neocartography
Designers are dropping maps into their applications with little concern for usability or design and users are getting "Google Map fatigue". We need to move beyond the simple pin-dropping and consider appropriate mapping interfaces. This panel will look at the current and emerging tools to provide compelling geographic interaction and visualization.

It's going to be some combination of Andrew Turner, Aaron Cope, Paul Smith, Wilson Miner, Tom Carden, Andy Woodruff, Nathan Yau, and me.

Go vote for it!

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