Beyond counting sheep

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In this lightning talk at SheepCamp ("Working with Big and User Generated Geographic Data"), I outline what might be a research agenda moving forward in the study of the geoweb, VGI, and/or neogeography.

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Beyond counting sheep

  1. 1. Beyond counting sheepMatthew W. Wilson, PhDAssistant Professor of GeographyNew Mappings CollaboratoryUniversity of Kentuckymatthew.w.wilson@uky.edu 15 June 2012 Working with Big and User Generated Geographic Data “SheepCamp”, University of Kentucky
  2. 2. Hi.Matthew W. Wilson, PhD 2
  3. 3. Dear Sheep, Matthew W. Wilson, PhD 3
  4. 4. Dear Sheep,What kind of sheep are you? Matthew W. Wilson, PhD 4
  5. 5. Dear Sheep,What kind of sheep are you? Matthew W. Wilson, PhD 5
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  7. 7. Yeah, he just went there.Matthew W. Wilson, PhD 7
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  9. 9. wool breeds < > mutton breeds Matthew W. Wilson, PhD 9
  10. 10. wool breeds < > mutton breedslegs: how are they placed? how do they stand? Matthew W. Wilson, PhD 10
  11. 11. wool breeds < > mutton breedslegs: how are they placed? how do they stand?neck: medium length? fit in the shoulders? Matthew W. Wilson, PhD 11
  12. 12. wool breeds < > mutton breedslegs: how are they placed? how do they stand?neck: medium length? fit in the shoulders?brisket: wide? Matthew W. Wilson, PhD 12
  13. 13. wool breeds < > mutton breedslegs: how are they placed? how do they stand?neck: medium length? fit in the shoulders?brisket: wide?underline: straight? well-developed flanks? Matthew W. Wilson, PhD 13
  14. 14. wool breeds < > mutton breedslegs: how are they placed? how do they stand?neck: medium length? fit in the shoulders?brisket: wide?underline: straight? well-developed flanks?wool: coarse? any black fibers? well-covered? Matthew W. Wilson, PhD 14
  15. 15. wool breeds < > mutton breedslegs: how are they placed? how do they stand?neck: medium length? fit in the shoulders?brisket: wide?underline: straight? well-developed flanks? Oh, hi.wool: coarse? any black fibers? well-covered? Matthew W. Wilson, PhD 15
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  21. 21. Seriously?Matthew W. Wilson, PhD 21
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  24. 24. Oh hey,Dolly. Matthew W. Wilson, PhD 24
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  27. 27. Everyday we’reshufflin’. Matthew W. Wilson, PhD 27
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  30. 30. Mmmm .Matthew W. Wilson, PhD 30
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  33. 33. Tweet!Matthew W. Wilson, PhD 33
  34. 34. interrogation of a specific geoweb event:hazards/crises, celebrity, news Matthew W. Wilson, PhD 34
  35. 35. characteristics of the geoweb:subjects, machines, behaviorsMatthew W. Wilson, PhD 35
  36. 36. geoweb landscapes:patterns, silences, movement Matthew W. Wilson, PhD 36
  37. 37. situating the geowebMatthew W. Wilson, PhD 37
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  39. 39. 1987Chrisman, N.R., 1987. Design of geographic information systems based on social and culturalgoals. Photogrammetric Engineering & Remote Sensing 53 (10), 1367-1370. Matthew W. Wilson, PhD 39
  40. 40. Downloaded By: [University of Washington Librar 1993Sheppard, E., 1993. Automated Geography: What Kind of Geography for What Kind of Society?The Professional Geographer 45 (4), 457-460. Matthew W. Wilson, PhD 40
  41. 41. 1996Sheppard, E., 2005. Knowledge Production through Critical GIS: Genealogyand Prospects. Cartographica 40 (4), 5-21. Matthew W. Wilson, PhD 41
  42. 42. 1996 GISheep.Sheppard, E., 2005. Knowledge Production through Critical GIS: Genealogyand Prospects. Cartographica 40 (4), 5-21. Matthew W. Wilson, PhD 42
  43. 43. Limits to use Use / interpretation Challenges to disciplinary thinking geographies of ‘volunteered’Limits to re-production Conditions of emergence geographic information Re-production / mashup Continued development Production Matthew W. Wilson, PhD 43
  44. 44. Limits to use Use / interpretation Challenges to disciplinary thinking geographies of ‘volunteered’Limits to re-production Conditions of emergence geographic information Re-production / mashup Continued development Production Matthew W. Wilson, PhD 44
  45. 45. Limits to use Use / interpretation Challenges to disciplinary thinking geographies of ‘volunteered’Limits to re-production Conditions of emergence geographic information Re-production / mashup Continued development Production Matthew W. Wilson, PhD 45
  46. 46. Limits to use Use / interpretation Challenges to disciplinary thinking geographies of ‘volunteered’Limits to re-production Conditions of emergence geographic information Re-production / mashup Continued development Production Matthew W. Wilson, PhD 46
  47. 47. Limits to use Use / interpretation Challenges to disciplinary thinking geographies of ‘volunteered’Limits to re-production Conditions of emergence geographic information Re-production / mashup Continued development Production Matthew W. Wilson, PhD 47
  48. 48. Limits to use Use / interpretation Challenges to disciplinary thinking geographies of ‘volunteered’Limits to re-production Conditions of emergence geographic information Re-production / mashup Continued development Production Matthew W. Wilson, PhD 48
  49. 49. Limits to use Use / interpretation Challenges to disciplinary thinking geographies of ‘volunteered’Limits to re-production Conditions of emergence geographic information Re-production / mashup Continued development Production Matthew W. Wilson, PhD 49
  50. 50. Limits to use Use / interpretation Challenges to disciplinary thinking geographies of ‘volunteered’Limits to re-production Conditions of emergence geographic information Re-production / mashup Continued development Production Matthew W. Wilson, PhD 50
  51. 51. Limits to use Use / interpretation Challenges to disciplinary thinking geographies of ‘volunteered’Limits to re-production Conditions of emergence geographic information Re-production / mashup Continued development Production Matthew W. Wilson, PhD 51
  52. 52. beyond counting sheep:- examine the conditions of development?- affective geoweb?- user-generated counter-content? This guy. Matthew W. Wilson, PhD 52
  53. 53. thanks. Matthew W. Wilson, PhD 53

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