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Cyber-Geography Research provides a regular news bulletin to those interested in mapping cyberspace and geography of the Internet. It is free and emailed out about once a month.

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The Email Discussion List

The Mapping-Cyberspace list is for the free and open discussion of any aspect of mapping, measuring and visualising the Internet, the Web and other elements of cyberspace. There is a growing body of work developing visualisation techniques to map Internet infrastructure, traffic flows, user demographics and information structures.

The list is open to all. It is not just for academics.

Areas for discussion might include (this is not a definitive list):

  • what needs to mapped?
  • how to gather accurate and representative data,
  • the role of 'geography' in mapping the Internet,
  • techniques for mapping and visualising information structures< of the Web,
  • appropriate degrees of interactivity, issues of usability and aesthetics,
  • relevant calls for papers, conference announcements and product releases,
  • suggestions of new research, web sites and papers,
  • the social and cultural meaning of maps of cyberspace,

 

 

 

 


 

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