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Sotm 2010   the tyranny of place
Sotm 2010   the tyranny of place
Sotm 2010   the tyranny of place
Sotm 2010   the tyranny of place
Sotm 2010   the tyranny of place
Sotm 2010   the tyranny of place
Sotm 2010   the tyranny of place
Sotm 2010   the tyranny of place
Sotm 2010   the tyranny of place
Sotm 2010   the tyranny of place
Sotm 2010   the tyranny of place
Sotm 2010   the tyranny of place
Sotm 2010   the tyranny of place
Sotm 2010   the tyranny of place
Sotm 2010   the tyranny of place
Sotm 2010   the tyranny of place
Sotm 2010   the tyranny of place
Sotm 2010   the tyranny of place
Sotm 2010   the tyranny of place
Sotm 2010   the tyranny of place
Sotm 2010   the tyranny of place
Sotm 2010   the tyranny of place
Sotm 2010   the tyranny of place
Sotm 2010   the tyranny of place
Sotm 2010   the tyranny of place
Sotm 2010   the tyranny of place
Sotm 2010   the tyranny of place
Sotm 2010   the tyranny of place
Sotm 2010   the tyranny of place
Sotm 2010   the tyranny of place
Sotm 2010   the tyranny of place
Sotm 2010   the tyranny of place
Sotm 2010   the tyranny of place
Sotm 2010   the tyranny of place
Sotm 2010   the tyranny of place
Sotm 2010   the tyranny of place
Sotm 2010   the tyranny of place
Sotm 2010   the tyranny of place
Sotm 2010   the tyranny of place
Sotm 2010   the tyranny of place
Sotm 2010   the tyranny of place
Sotm 2010   the tyranny of place
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Sotm 2010 the tyranny of place

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Talk from SOTM 2010 about the Tyranny of place which highlights the importance of local knowledge and being at a specific location for spatial crowdsourcing projects

Talk from SOTM 2010 about the Tyranny of place which highlights the importance of local knowledge and being at a specific location for spatial crowdsourcing projects

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  • The Royal Docks Community map has recently been used by community members to record the levels of noise they are being exposed to
  • Some of the readings and comments that have been added to the map.
  • The final example are from the Pepys Estate in Lewisham, where the residents are concerns with the noise and pollution from a scrap yard which is located near the community centre and a school.
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