Don’t let the lolcats of Icanhascheezburger fool you, Graphjams showcases some pretty sophisticated presentations of spatial data. This post of Red Riding Hood, created as a Swedish Future Short in 2009, is a great example. It was inspired by Royksopp’s Remind Me 2005 video. Other funny It would be nice if GraphJam’s Chart Builder included an easy to use map section.
From the ever wonderful XKCD.com
OSPAR Commission has released a map showing the known locations where munitions where dumped following World War’s I and II. The way of thinking at the time was the safest way to get rid of all of those unexploded bombs, grenades, land mines, and whatnot was to toss it in the sea. The status report details the dangers present to current populations, especially fishermen. It’s a problem we don’t think about that often because it’s something that happened nearly between 60 to 95 years ago, but it still presents a very real danger.
A VerySpatial Podcast
Shownotes – Episode 272
October 4, 2010
Main Topic: Our conversation on perceptions of the authoritativeness of geospatial data
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I am feeling a bit under the weather this weekend. The podcast should be up by Monday night. Apologies for the delay!