Monthly Archives: October 2013

#geowebchat transcript, 15 October 2013: Form vs function in web cartography

@mappingmashups Oct 13, 11:42am Next #geowebchat: Form vs function in web cartography. Are style & content mutually exclusive? Tues Oct 15. 12pm PDT. #NACIS2013 Please RT! @mappingmashups Oct 14, 12:44pm New post: Next #geowebchat, October 15: Form vs function in web cartography bit.ly/1clEjjt @MapsterMan Oct 15, 5:01am Upcoming Twitter discussion on form vs. function in […]

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Next #geowebchat, October 15: Form vs function in web cartography

In our next #geowebchat, we will continue some of the discussions begun at the North American Cartographic Information Society (NACIS) meeting. How can web maps balance form and function? Why are style and content so often at odds? At NACIS, Andy Woodruff (@awoodruff) argues that instead of “form over function” we’re seeing more and more […]

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#geowebchat transcript, 1 October 2013: Techniques and conventions for geoweb cartography

@mappingmashups 12:01 PM – 1 Oct 13 Starting now: #geowebchat about techniques and conventions for web cartography. More info here: http://mappingmashups.net/2013/09/28/next-geowebchat-october-1-techniques-and-conventions-for-geoweb-cartography/ … @mappingmashups 12:02 PM – 1 Oct 13 Try http://tweetchat.com/room/geowebchat  as a way to follow along w/ the conversation. Make sure you always include the hashtag #geowebchat in your tweet! @mappingmashups 12:03 PM – 1 […]

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