Ben Fry in ‘Visualizing Data‘: Graphs can be a powerful way to represent relationships between data, but they are also a very abstract concept, which means that they run the danger of meaning something only to the creator of the graph. Often, simply showing the structure of the data says very little about what it actually […]
I’ve been trying to get lat/long GPS data embedded in my photos, before I upload them to Flickr, so that geobloggers.com will make use of the data. So far, I can only get that site to use explicit “geo:lat=123.345” based flickr-tagging; embedded EXIF seems ignored. See ongoing discussion in the Flickr GeoTagging group.
I’ve just been for a walk around town, taking a few photos on the way, with the camera’s clock sync’d to that of my new GPS. I’ve not yet figured out the best tool to use (other than write my own) for hooking up the photo and location metadata. It’s easy enough to get the […]