Monthly Archives: October 2014

A World’s Panorama

5 October 2014 0

Building on our map of content in Flickr, this graphic tells a very similar story. Panoramio is smaller than Flickr, with about a tenth of its users, and only a fraction of its photos. Nonetheless, Panoramio plays an important role in online representations of places, as photographs on the site can be accessed as a… Read More »

Mapping the economic geographies of knowledge-production and digital participation from Sub-Saharan Africa

1 October 2014 0

The first stage of the project aims to broadly understand the diversity of new practices in Sub Saharan Africa’s knowledge economy. We define the knowledge economy as a combination of IT-enabled services, the quaternary sector of the economy, and more informal processes and practices of IT-mediated information production that tend to get left out of… Read More »