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.

Author Bio

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


  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..


  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’ 🙂


  9. Martin - February 15, 2008

    looking forward to it 🙂

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