Monthly Archives: March 2012

Ten (more) of my favourite reporting and analysis tools for Twitter

A couple of months ago I blogged about ten of my favourite reporting and analysis tools for Twitter. I didn’t – and still don’t – pretend to have any great expertise but, as I’d tried a bunch of different products, … Continue reading

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Cameras, cannibals, cartography

Originally posted on weeklyblogclub:
Week 9 was a busy week for Weekly Blog Club, and the deadline was at its most elastic (stretched till after midnight for the first time). There were (eventually!) 17 posts, covering as wide a range…

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The SLA Event (Pt 2): Ordnance Survey Open Data and GeoVation

This is the second half of a post about an event run by the Society for Location Analysis a couple of weeks ago. Last week’s post covered the introduction by the SLA Chairman, Peter Sleight, and a talk by Professor Nigel Shadbolt … Continue reading

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