Posts Tagged: paleogeography

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    Paleo vs. Neo – A Final Word (Plus A Helpful Venn Diagram)

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    When you’re on the inside of an industry looking in, you take a lot of things for granted. You fling terminology, acronyms and slang around, safe and secure in the knowledge that your audience knows exactly what you’re talking about. But when you’re on the edges of an industry, or even on the outside, looking… Read more »

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    Neogeography Is Dead (According To Wikipedia At Least)

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    Ahh … paleogeography and neogeography; will the battle never end? The latter is a term used to refer to the combining of online mapping with data, incorporating classic cartography and GIS and exposed via Web 2.0 style mashups. The former is a term with dual meanings; one referring to the study of past and ancient… Read more »

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    Plenaries, Privacy and Place

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    Day one of this year’s AGI GeoCommunity conference saw the geoweb track draw a sizeable, if varying, share of the delegate audience; some sessions were crammed tight and reduced to standing room only whilst others had a slightly less cozy but still enthusiastic crowd. Showing that Steven Feldman, the conference chair, started as he meant to… Read more »