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Tuesday, June 14, 2005

Links for today

Del.icio.us was overwhelming today. I almost drowned. Nevertheless, here are a few semi-random links that I might want to recall later.

With all the talk about Capill and blogs and the law this caught my eye:
Electronic Frontier Foundation's Legal Guide for Bloggers

And because I seem to be drowning in information, better search technique cannot be a bad thing: Google Guide's Google Advanced Operators Cheatsheet

Then there was this very cool and vaguely GIS related thing: Geoskating
GeoSkating aims to automate the generation of interactive, multimedial skate-maps by using the Global Positioning System (GPS), Mobile Phones and the Internet. The key idea is that while skating, GPS position data is being assembled and published to a server through a mobile phone. At the same time the skater can enrich the GPS data with road surface ratings and by submitting media items (pictures, videos). The server will draw geographic maps showing road quality through colouring plus the submitted media on the GPS locations where they were captured. In addition, skaters can also be seen moving in real-time on the map while skating!
And finally, free Beethoven downloads from the BBC.

Just what I wanted! Naturally, I saved the legal one to my delicious account.
All of it was what you wanted? :)

Yeah the legal one looked interesting, but I haven't read it yet. I have a tendency to save things to delicious and not read them.
I have a tendency to read then save. I only got as far as the Legal one...but I can always come back I thought to myself...
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