Category Archives: media

We’re getting coverage in some good geography blogs

Yesterday we were in Google Maps Mania, one of the very first blogs to cover online map mashups, and in slashgeo, which is the equivalent of slashdot for geography. Today we were mentioned (along with some excellent commentary) in Geographic Travels with Catholicgauze. Thanks all!

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Heated discussion in The Georgia Straight

We’ve been featured on The Georgia Straight’s blog: On-line guide offers Olympic visitors alternative to Vanoc’s “corporate, sanitized view” This is great news; the Straight is Vancouver’s most widely read free newsweekly. The blog post has already generated an interesting debate in the comments section, go check it out and add your opinion!

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We’re in The Tyee

The Tyee (which is a great local paper, if you haven’t heard of it) talks about our project in a post on their blog, The Hook.  The post “New experiments in 2010 media landscape” outlines our Wikipedia-style “crowdsourced” approach, and also covers the launch of the aggregating site 2010.mediacoop.ca from the Vancouver Media Cooperative.

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