I’ve been running a, very rough, scrape of the Birmingham (UK) based interweb for ’emotional wellbeing’ since […]
What’s Foursquare for? I think people are still working it out. While the benefits for businesses of being […]
Mapping is about boundaries and scale, watching the recent BBC series about the history of the map […]
I’m a great supporter of the Birmingham Music Archive, and have long been discussing types of social […]
Local is local for different people for different reasons — some to do with legislature, economics, transport, […]
It’s something I’ve been going on about for a long time, but as an exercise in explaining […]
Like Nick Booth, I was pretty excited to hear of the results of this FOI request for […]
A wonderful and quick mash-up of Twitter and Flickr data, mapped with Yahoo, BrumEmoMap is a great […]
Psychogeography can be sort of explained as the geography of emotion, the relation between place and feeling. […]
Launched today in the West Midlands, MyNeighbourhood.info is a official version of those map mash-ups of crime […]