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Code/Space: Software and Everyday Life
After little more than half a century since its initial development, computer code is extensively and intimately woven into the fabric of our everyday lives. From the digital alarm clock that wakesExpand
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Rethinking maps
In this paper we argue that cartography is profitably conceived as a processual, rather than representational, science. Building on recent analysis concerning the philosophical underpinnings ofExpand
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Code and the Transduction of Space
Abstract The effects of software (code) on the spatial formation of everyday life are best understood through a theoretical framework that utilizes the concepts of technicity (the productive power of technology to make things happen) and transduction (the constant making anew of a domain in reiterative and transformative practices). Expand
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Thinking about maps
Given the long history of map-making and its scientific and scholarly traditions one might expect the study of cartography and mapping theory to be relatively moribund pursuits with longExpand
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Mapping Cyberspace
From the Publisher: "Space is central to our lives. Because of this, much attention is directed at understanding and explaining the geographic world. Mapping Cyberspace is a book, which extends thisExpand
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‘Outlines of a World Coming into Existence’: Pervasive Computing and the Ethics of Forgetting
In this paper we examine the potential of pervasive computing to create widespread sousveillance, which will complement surveillance, through the development of life-logs—sociospatial archives thatExpand
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This chapter provides an overview of contemporary trends relevant to the development of geographies based on new digital technologies such as the Internet and mobile phones. Visions of utopian andExpand
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Mapping modes, methods and moments: a manifesto for map studies
Chapter 12 Mapping modes, methods and moments: a manifesto for map studies Martin Dodge and Chris Perkins School of Environment and Development, University of Manchester Rob Kitchin NIRSA andExpand
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The potential of Web-based mapping and virtual reality technologies for modelling urban environments
Abstract The paper will consider the potential of interactive mapping and virtual reality technologies being developed on the World Wide Web (WWW) for the visualisation, modelling and analysis ofExpand
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Crowdsourced Cartography: Mapping Experience and Knowledge
This paper considers the emerging phenomenon of crowdsourced cartography in relation to ideas about the organisation of contemporary knowledge production in capitalist societies. Taking aExpand
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