It is increasingly hard to avoid being mapped digitally in one way or another. And often, you will take the trade-offs between leaving a digital trail and enjoying the benefits of mobile mapping services.
But how can you make informed decisions? What are the costs and benefits of being in, or left out of, some datasets? And if you use location data, how do you decide what is fair and reasonable, and what goes too far?
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[Online] The history of the Texas cowboy extends back through the of marshes of eastern Mexico to the marshes of southern Spain.
25 January 2022
[Online] Alison Stenning is a social geographer with a particular interest in everyday and emotional geographies, and in the relationships we build with our streets and neighbourhoods.
3 February 2022
[In-person] Our coutryside is filled with grey squirrels and parakeets, snowdrops and pheasants, rhododendrons and rabbits, none of which are indigenous to Britain.
16 February 2022
[In-person] Join us for a short guided walk in Leamington Spa, informal lunch and social, followed by geographical chat. Drop in for a short time or stay longer!
6 March 2022
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