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Links and Project 4-14-10

April 14, 2010 Leave a comment

Interesting use of Geodata
Everyblock: Local Boys Done Good
The New York Times looks at Netflix data: What’s GeoData tell us?
WNYC’s super simple mapping tool: explained.

Geocoded photos: Uh…
A Flickr search for Chicago photos shot by an iPhone 3G
GPS Lat & Long converter

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Categories: class stuff, homework, links

Mapping links for today’s class

April 7, 2010 Leave a comment

Today I demoed how to use Google’s MyMaps to create multimedia maps, how to create custom pins with an image editor and an image host, and how to create a robust frame with Map Channel. Here are links that count:

Google Maps
Photobucket image hosting (but really, any image host will work, as long as they give you a clean URL for your image.
Map Channels

Bonus: A great tutorial that demos all of this and has some other interesting tips.

Categories: links

Lecture Links 3-17-10

March 17, 2010 Leave a comment

This is mobile reporting. But it doesn’t involve a reporter.
This is mobile reporting. And it does involve a reporter.

MOBILE REPORTING TOOLS

    Mobile Updates

Twitter
Posterous
Tumblr
WordPress

    Live Coverage

Qik
Ustream
CoverItLive

    Collaborative & Info Collection

Drop.io

Categories: links

phone UI elements for mockups

March 3, 2010 Leave a comment

some very basic iPhone interface elements

iPhone photoshop goodness

iPhone in illustrator

iPhone in fireworks

more iPhone photoshop

Search Google for UI elements for other devices, unfortunately there aren’t the vast repositories that exist for the iPhone.

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Microsoft’s new mobile operating system

February 17, 2010 Leave a comment
Categories: links