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Euro Cartos and Locatives
August 3, 2003
/Mike Liebhold

The cutting edge of geospace is definitely European this summer. Geo hackers, artists and geographers gathered in Liepja 
Latvia
, last month for the Locative Media conference to bash out new frameworks for collaborative maps, and spatial media, and geograffiti, and Parisians have been interacting with digital maps and spatial media at a cool exhibit at the Palais de Tokyo entitled 'GNS - Global Navigation System'

And, then globe trekking
digital librarian, and community techie, friend Steve Cisler,[blog] writes from Berlin this week with a pointer to Marina Vishmidt's essay after the recent Cartographic Congress in the UK:

"  With the emergence of collaborative mapping, open data systems, semantic webs and meta-mapping, the function of ‘the map’ in the information age has become as complex as the informatic topographies it rests upon."



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