Mapping Walkability  Aaron Ogle - Software Developer              Avencia
Photo and Tracing Courtesy of European Prehistoric Art.
Map Reproduction Courtesy of the Norman B. Leventhal Map Center at the Boston Public Library.
Photo Courtesy of Flickr.com user ifmuth.
Photo Courtesy of Flickr.com user Scorpions and Centaurs.
The Oregon Trail by Albert Bierstadt Print Courtesy of the Butler Institute of American Art.
walkshed.orgwalkshed.org
walkshed.org
0.4 Miles                  0.8 Milesmaps.google.com
Photo Courtesy of Tom Magliery, via Flickr.com.
Photo Courtesy of Damian Dovarganes, AP.
Wordle.net
Photos Courtesy of Flickr.com users jendubin, amysh, and highstrungloner.
walkshed.org
This one          could be better.                                                 How about                              ...
Let’s set up                                                    here!Photo Courtesy of Flickr.com user scottpartee.
Not walkable to                                                  greenspace.Photo Courtesy of Flickr.com user tilaneseven.
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Walkshed + You =Sustainable Awesomeness
walkshed.org    Aaron Ogleaogle@avencia.com Twitter: @atogle
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Mapping Walkability Pecha Kucha

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Pecha Kucha given at the Global Creative Economy Convergence Summit in 2009 to introduce Walkshed.org.

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  • Mapping Walkability Pecha Kucha

    1. 1. Mapping Walkability Aaron Ogle - Software Developer Avencia
    2. 2. Photo and Tracing Courtesy of European Prehistoric Art.
    3. 3. Map Reproduction Courtesy of the Norman B. Leventhal Map Center at the Boston Public Library.
    4. 4. Photo Courtesy of Flickr.com user ifmuth.
    5. 5. Photo Courtesy of Flickr.com user Scorpions and Centaurs.
    6. 6. The Oregon Trail by Albert Bierstadt Print Courtesy of the Butler Institute of American Art.
    7. 7. walkshed.orgwalkshed.org
    8. 8. walkshed.org
    9. 9. 0.4 Miles 0.8 Milesmaps.google.com
    10. 10. Photo Courtesy of Tom Magliery, via Flickr.com.
    11. 11. Photo Courtesy of Damian Dovarganes, AP.
    12. 12. Wordle.net
    13. 13. Photos Courtesy of Flickr.com users jendubin, amysh, and highstrungloner.
    14. 14. walkshed.org
    15. 15. This one could be better. How about here?Photo Courtesy of Flickr.com user jtstrathdee.
    16. 16. Let’s set up here!Photo Courtesy of Flickr.com user scottpartee.
    17. 17. Not walkable to greenspace.Photo Courtesy of Flickr.com user tilaneseven.
    18. 18. walkshed.org
    19. 19. Walkshed + You =Sustainable Awesomeness
    20. 20. walkshed.org Aaron Ogleaogle@avencia.com Twitter: @atogle

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