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Andy is Professor of Digital Urban Systems at the Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis at University College London.

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Free Digital Urban Conference Book(let)

Posts have been sparse for the last week as we have had our heads down writing the booklet for the forthcoming Digital Geography in a Web 2.0 World Conference.

Taking place next Wednesday – Feb 20th you can still register for the event taking place in the Barbican Cinema, London (its free!).

The booklet, currently running at 60 pages, covers a series of tutorials and info on the Digital Earth, Panoramas, Second Life and Neogeogrpahy as a whole. We will have 100 free copies available on the day and if we have enough left over a few to give away on the blog.

It also acts as a preview of the forthcoming Digital Urban book…

Suffice to say posts will be back and digital urban will have a new look soon as we can get time to tweak the template.

So if your into Digital Cities, Google Maps, Google Earth & Second Life, the Barbican, Cinema 2 on Wednesday 20th Feb is the place to be.

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Andy is Professor of Digital Urban Systems at the Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis at University College London.

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  1. Anonymous - February 11, 2008

    will you be making the booklet available for download for those interested but unable to attend the event?

  2. Andy - February 12, 2008

    The booklet comes back from the printers early next week so we should have some news then…

    I’ll put a post up soon as i know the labs views on wider distribution 🙂

    Its looking good at the moment so we may put it out as an actual publication..

    Andy

  3. eAi - February 12, 2008

    I’d be interested in a downloadable copy too…

  4. Bino - February 12, 2008

    I’d be interested in a downloadable copy too…

  5. sean - February 12, 2008

    looking forward to reading it!

  6. bullfrog-hawker - February 12, 2008

    I am also interested in the booklet and the conference, but the UK is a little far from Edmonton :).

  7. Martin - February 14, 2008

    are there any youtube-clips of the presentations to be expected?

  8. Andy - February 14, 2008

    the event is being filmed so i’m assuming they will be ‘youtubed’ 🙂

    Andy

  9. Martin - February 15, 2008

    looking forward to it 🙂

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Japan – Posts Soon

There has not been anytime so far to upload the panoramas of Japan or to bring news of the developments in 3D modelling. Suffice to say its been hectic but we will post up news and images as soon as we can.

A big thank you to the blog readers who have come to the talks so far, we will be posting more details asap.

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Andy is Professor of Digital Urban Systems at the Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis at University College London.

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  1. Charlie - January 29, 2007

    Hi,

    Hope Japan was fun. A couple of years ago you posted a link to a live weather station on your roof which had detailed real-time weather readings, but then you reorganised the site and the link died.

    Is there a new link?

    Thanks

  2. roachz - January 31, 2007

    Thanks for the interesting lecture! Now I am waiting for the panorama of the Ritsumekan conference hall, I might even see my face in there!

    I have learnt so much from your lecture, and I am waiting to see it realized for all to use. Thank you again…

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There has not been anytime so far to upload the panoramas of Japan or to bring news of the developments in 3D modelling. Suffice to say its been hectic but we will post up news and images as soon as we can.

A big thank you to the blog readers who have come to the talks so far, we will be posting more details asap.

Author Bio

Andy is Professor of Digital Urban Systems at the Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis at University College London.

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