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Digitally augmented geographies

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The term ‘spatial media’ has traditionally been used to describe the intersections between information and geography. It signifies information that describes, or is about, a particular place. A street map of Chicago, geographic data files about Copenhagen, a postcard with a picture of Oxford on it, a travel guide to Sweden, are all examples of spatial media; in other words, information about geography. It was only relatively recently that geographic information became so easily infused into ...

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University of Oxford
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SSD
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Oxford Internet Institute
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Publisher:
SAGE Publications
Host title:
Understanding Spatial Media
Pages:
44-55
Publication date:
2017-02-20
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685185
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2017-03-09

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