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Podcast: Curating Geodata from Social Media to Map the London Riots

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Tuesday, August 16th 2011


Last week’s news of riots across England sparked many news outlets to do the logical thing: map them. And many did, using eyewitness accounts, authoritative sources and social media. This week we look at the challenge of using social media as geodata and what journalists, geospatial professionals and the public can learn from these efforts.

Show Notes

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Show Notes

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