I went along today to an excellent showcase of the academic worlds take on Web 2.0 approaches and neogeography. Organised by the team at CASA at UCL the event attracted a large crowd for a one day event to London’s Barbican Centre. Although I was only able to attend the afternoon the presentations I attended […]
Interesting “My Map” by techcrunch uk, locating Web 2.0 startup in London, seems like Shoreditch is still the place to be.. View Larger Map Written and Submitted from the Google Office, London.
Last weeks announcement on the Zillow blog that is was releasing its neighbourhood boundary data to the community in Shapefile format is the story of the year so far… (ok so we are only a few weeks in… but this is important) Zillow is the US Real Estate web site that uses much web 2.0 […]
BBC Radio 4 is often seen as a pillar of the establishment in the UK, although I don’t think it has even justified the label, is was on Radio 4 after-all that Andrew Gilligan made he famous acquisition that the Government were spinning information to make the case for the Second Gulf War. One of […]
Along with all the other blogs.. here is the Bubble video by SF band the Richter Scales. Funny but not enough to make Diet Coke come out of my nose… Guess you need to be in the video or at least in the video to really appreciate it. Written and Submitted from the Google Office, […]