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Where2.0 2008, The One Where We Gripe About Reverse Geocoding

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Aaron and I were asked to chat about stuff at Where2.0 a while ago, here are the slides to I can link a Flickr Dev Blog post about it.

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Where2.0 2008, The One Where We Gripe About Reverse Geocoding

  1. 1. Going Places on Flickr: The Significance of Geographical Information in Photos Catt (with Cope) Where 2.0 2008
  2. 2. State the problem:
  3. 3. Garbage in, Garbage out. It goes both ways!
  4. 4. How does that happen?
  5. 5. 99.9999999% of the time, that’s just fine (ish)
  6. 6. Why is it so hard the other way round?
  7. 7. Le Corbusier “Until then men had been aware of one voice only from above — bellowing or thundering — the voice of the storm.”
  8. 8. “[W]e can lay a persistently retrievable history of the things that are done and witnessed there over any place that can specified with lat/long coordinates.” Adam Greenfield

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