I recently had the opportunity to give a talk to a visiting Chinese delegation to Oxford. The hosts kindly translated my entire slide deck into Chinese. I’ve therefore uploaded a copy of the presentation to slideshare. The abstract (in Chinese is below). If you’re interested in reading any of the material that was in this presentation… Read More »
The Guardian has just published a long piece about The Digital Language Divide. It features a lot of our work into internet and information geographies. In fact, I’m not sure I’ve ever seen this many academic Geography journals referenced in a newspaper piece. Head over there and check out the piece.
Some colleagues (Shilad Sen, Heather Ford, Dave Musicant, Oliver Keyes, Brent Hecht) and I have put together a paper for CHI on Barriers to the Localness of Volunteered Geographic Information. The paper asks important questions about both the geographies of information, and the factors that explain those geographies. This work forms an important part of our… Read More »