Posts Tagged: bcs

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    Crowdsourcing Cartography Critiquing

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    Even if you’re not a cartographer, when you first see a map there’s almost always a gut feel for whether you like a map or whether you don’t. Critiquing a map is a deeply subjective thing. You may not know why you like a map but you can tell whether the map’s cartography works or… Read more »

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    Risking Location Predictions at Mashup*’s Digital Trends 2011

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    Making predictions is not an easy thing. There are very few opportunities to get predictions right and a myriad of ways to get them wrong. At least if you make predictions in private then you’re able to keep the horrible realisation of just how wrong you were to yourself. But making predictions in public just… Read more »

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    Finding Inspiration And Teaching Myself Location History At The BCS Geospatial SG

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    With GeoBabel firmly put to rest, I was looking for inspiration when Andrew Larcombe asked me back to the British Computer Society’s Geospatial Specialist Group to speak. After a week of drawing a blank, with Andrew sending gentle messages of encouragement via Twitter Direct Message (OI – GALE. TITLE. NOW!!) inspiration finally arrived from a… Read more »

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    BCS North London and BCS Geospatial SG

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    Last night I presented a deck on Mobile Location Based Services at the British Computer Society in an event organised by the North London Branch of the BCS and the BCS Geospatial Specialist Group at the BCS headquarters in Covent Garden; the full write up is here.