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A small seismic measure of transformation to come in citizen journalism
biverson | February 13, 2008 at 07:27 amby
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Robert Hardie, Northcliffe Media content strategy director, said that geo-tagging is intended to make accessing editorial and classified content more user-friendly.
revolution, however, this geo-tagging has been on my mind lately. From
the beta-testing I'm doing with Seero
(live broadcasting that "pushes" geo-tagged sites to viewers during
broadcasts) to yahoo and google maps, geo-tagging is the new black. Geo-tagging and mobiles and hand-helds go together, as we've seen in movies if not in taxi-cabs. Have you ridden in a cab lately that *didn't* have GPS and the friendly voice of "Miss Direction" to guide the way?
We are getting ready to upgrade our back-end on Creatingcommunityconnections and geo-tags are in the plans. I'll be writing more on this, and see it as a persistent thread for the year at least.
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