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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.

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

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