Monthly Archives: November 2013

#geowebchat transcript, Nov 19: Crisismapping & Typhoon Haiyan/Yolanda

@mappingmashups Nov 17, 4:43pm Next #geowebchat: Crisismapping & Typhoon #Haiyan/#YolandaPH mappingmashups.net/2013/11/17/nex… Starts 12pm PT (8pm GMT) Nov 19, runs 24hrs thru Nov 20. @bricker Nov 18, 9:40am Interested in learning more about real time #PPGIS in this weeks #geowebchat read more at mappingmashups.net great idea @mappingmashups @mappingmashups Nov 19, 12:00pm Hello everyone, today’s #geowebchat is […]

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Next #geowebchat, November 19/20: Crisis mapping and Typhoon Haiyan/Yolanda

In the next #geowebchat twitter chat, we will be discussing the crisis mapping efforts related to Typhoon Haiyan/Yolanda. Here are a few news reports and blog posts that reveal the depth and diversity of the humanitarian mapping efforts that are currently underway: http://www.theatlantic.com/technology/archive/2013/11/how-online-mapmakers-are-helping-the-red-cross-save-lives-in-the-philippines/281366/ http://neis-one.org/2013/11/typhoon-haiyan-osm-response/ http://irevolution.net/2013/11/13/early-results-micromappers-yolanda/ http://google.org/crisismap/a/gmail.com/TyphoonYolanda http://www.directionsmag.com/articles/crisismapping-typhoon-haiyan-yolanda/366185 http://blog.standbytaskforce.com/2013/11/11/typhoon-yolanda-update-1/ If you have participated in any mapping […]

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#geowebchat transcript: 5 November 2013: Are we entering an age of democratized maps?

@mappingmashups Nov 03, 8:41pm Next #geowebchat, Tue Nov 5 12pm PT: Are we entering an age of democratized maps? Followup on #GloUH conference: globalurbanhumanities.berkeley.edu/mapping-and-it… @mappingmashups Nov 04, 3:24pm Reminder, tomorrow on #geowebchat we’re discussing “the democratization of maps”. Hype or reality? 12pm PT, Tues Nov 5. @mappingmashups Nov 05, 10:40am Are we entering an age […]

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OpenStreetMap: Every Line Ever, Every Point Ever

[Crossposted from the Stamen blog] At Stamen we use OpenStreetMap data in most of the maps we make, including our Watercolor, Toner, and Terrain map tiles. OpenStreetMap is a rich and growing dataset that has been created and maintained by hundreds of thousands of volunteers around the world, and at Stamen we wouldn’t be able […]

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