Monthly Archives: February 2014

#geowebchat transcript: 18 February 2014: the geography of #lifelogging

@mappingmashups Feb 12, 3:01pm @re_sieber So, should I put “the geoweb and lifelogging” on the #geowebchat calendar for Feb 18? @re_sieber Feb 12, 6:15pm @mappingmashups sure, why not lifelogging? #geowebchat @re_sieber Feb 12, 6:19pm To get a good perspective on the future of lifelogging, read the #sf novel, The Light of Other Days en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Light… #geowebchat […]

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Next #geowebchat: The Geography of Lifelogging or Dear Diary on Steroids, guest host: @re_sieber, Feb 18, 2014, 12pm PST

[Guest post by Renee Sieber] What is lifelogging? You capture your personal data with computer hardware. More recently, this personal data also may be captured via services or apps and are maintained in the cloud. Unlike blogging, the capture is generally passive, like sleep patterns (e.g., Sleepbot) or travel habits (e.g., with Google Glass), although […]

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#geowebchat transcript: 4 February 2014: discussion about #opendata

@mappingmashups Feb 04, 9:28am Today (Tue Feb 4) on #geowebchat: @geothinkca hosts a discussion on #opendata. More info here: mappingmashups.net/2014/01/30/nex… @rastrau Feb 04, 11:31am Maybe sth for @odi @OpenDataZurich and @sfkeller: mappingmashups.net/2014/01/30/nex… It’s on in 30 mins. #geowebchat @odi Feb 04, 11:38am @rastrau @OpenDataZurich @sfkeller thanks for this pointer, looks kind of like “my” topic […]

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