All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Geospatial’

People in London Love To Twitter

As discussed earlier, tracking the mountainous amounts of social media data is getting much, much easier as more and more companies include geospatial options in their services. Another process involves animating some of this data, overlaying on a map to show usage, travel routes, and well, just about anything else geolocation-based there is. Consider the earthquake map from Japan. Granted, …

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Creepy Takes the Work out of Stalking

As the integration of social media continues unabated, there are questions and concerns regarding the reams of data in regards to the geoweb. Be it check-in services like Foursquare or services like Twitter, which also features location-based data, provided the user wants to enable this feature, the ability to track someone based on their social media use is easier than …

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