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Diigo Bookmarks 04/12/2008 (a.m.)

Saturday, April 12th, 2008

» Six map apps that put Portland on the mapping map – Silicon Florist – description of six unusual mapping applications (“Portland is map happy”), several by Matt King (“Map King”?): 1. Platial 2. Unthirsty 3. KnitMap 4. SocialMap 5. Mapdango 6. WeoGeo Meanwhile, the comments board is filling up with even more! (Like …wow!) […]

Diigo Bookmarks 04/12/2008 (a.m.)

Friday, April 11th, 2008

” » What is “social media?”” from Pro PR – Annotated “Exploring social media and public relatons” = tagline. Includes an excellent new / reworked definition of social media by Joseph Thornley. The definition Thornley came up with is this: Social media are online communications in which individuals shift fluidly and flexibly between the role […]

Urban “big box” stores: Toronto critics head-to-head?

Tuesday, April 8th, 2008

There’s a fascinating dust-up of sorts playing out in Toronto’s two major newspapers over a big box store development planned for Leslie Street. From what I can tell, this is the location — not right downtown, perhaps, but certainly very well within the inner core. And yet the Globe and Mail‘s James Rusk brings out […]

Diigo Bookmarks 04/09/2008

Tuesday, April 8th, 2008

WorldChanging: The Worldchanging Interview: Clay Shirky Annotated tags: worldchanging, interview, clay_shirky, jon_lebkowsky Worldchanging interview with Clay Shirky by Jon Lebkowsky.

It’s already the week *after* DemoCampVictoria01!

Tuesday, April 8th, 2008

Good grief, how time flies — I promised another update, didn’t I? I’m a bit surprised that I haven’t come across more blog posts, other than those by Mark Lise, Tris Hussey (great photos, Tris!), and Boris Mann (and the earlier posts from those same folks, see my April 4 entry for details) that discussed […]

Two random links from my Diigo bookmarks

Sunday, April 6th, 2008

EDIT: I just noticed now that something in the Diigo Daily blog post functionality must have changed (or I inadvertently changed it?) — everything I highlighted is appearing in the body of my blog post as though it were my text when in fact it’s quotes from the article referenced. I just edited this blog […]

Daily Diigo Public Link 04/07/2008

Sunday, April 6th, 2008

Videos (and slides) of keynotes available – The Mobile City » Blog Archive » tags: mobile_city, reference, locative_media, video, cities, architecture Michiel de Lange posted keynotes and slides online from the recent Mobile City conference.

Mobile City must-reads on locative media and location-based services

Sunday, April 6th, 2008

The Mobile City blog is on a roll with four fascinating posts on locative media. The first three (from March 29) are by Michiel de Lange, while the fourth (from April 4) is by Tijmen Schep. In Mobile phone access for Cubans: the “mobile” as rhetorical force de Lange points to a key theme that’s […]

DemoCamp Victoria 01

Friday, April 4th, 2008

I’ll post more later when I have time, but Boris Mann and Tris Hussey are first past the post getting info about last night’s DemoCamp Victoria on to the web. This first-ever session was organized by Mark Lise, and hosted at the Juliet Presentation Centre (834 Johnson St.) by Dave Chard (Chard Development), Wendy Pryde, […]

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