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Links 1 through 10 of 68 by Elizabeth Goodman tagged location

"Attach photos, video, music, text, pdfs, zips, etc to any barcode."

Thinglink meets Yellow Arrow.

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"So far the investigation of spatio-temporal patterns of people mainly rendered a quantitative understanding of the city. In our study, we intend to leverage implicit spatio-temporal data (i.e. latitude, longitude and timestamp) with the richness of people-generated information. Our approach is to consider that uploading, tagging and disclosing the location of a photo can be interpreted as an act of communication rather than a pure implicit history of physical presence."

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"Platform for analyzing large amounts of mobile location data in real-time to drive relevant recommendation, personalization and discovery."

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"Today, after more than a year of planning, 2000 square meters of rooftops have been covered with photos of the eyes and faces of the women of Kibera. The material used is water resistant so that the photo itself will protect the fragile houses in the heavy rain season. The train that passes on this line through Kibera at least twice a day has also been covered with eyes from the women that live below it. With the eyes on the train, the bottom half of the their faces have be pasted on corrugated sheets on the slope that leads down from the tracks to the rooftops. The idea being that for the split second the train passes, their eyes will match their smiles and their faces will be complete."

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"I saw you standing all alone in the electrostatic rain
I thought at last I'd found a situation you can't explain
with GPS you know it's all just a matter of degrees
your happiness won't find you underneath that canopy of trees
if the green grass is 6 the soybeans are 7
the junebugs are 8 the weeds and thistles are 11
and if the 1s just hold their place the 0s make a smiley face
when they come floating down from the heavens"
- from Andrew Bird, "Masterfade"

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Paraphrasing Matt Jones: "Among his other golden nuggets were: 'I hope someone comes up with the Nintendo Wii for Apple's PlayStation', a friend who'd described switching on GPS as 'switching the sky on' and a quote by Stanford professor Donald Knuth who observed that: 'Email is a wonderful thing for people whose role in life is to be on top of things. But not for me; my role is to be on the bottom of things.'"

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"All kinds of mobile media can be used to register and track behavior, varying from spatial use (where was I last week) to consumption patterns (what did I buy, what was I reading, listening to on my iPod etc). I will call this Google Earth Urbanism: the possibility to leave one’s tracks and markup actual space. These track records can be analyzed on aggregate, or used on an individual base. They can be used as the base for what one could call Long Tail Urbanism: reference to potential sites or persons of interest through ‘discovery algorithms’. "

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The mass-tracking of mobile devices and the use of mobiles as ubiqitous sensing devices are very promising but also have generated controversy,

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