My friends and colleagues at the Oxford Internet Institute, Mark Graham and Stefano de Sabbata, are compiling a collection of maps and visualizations at geography.oii.ox.ac.uk that give insight into the contemporary geographies of knowledge:
- Which places are connected with the online world? Which places are participants in the so-called participatory Web?
- Which places are represented in online gazetteers, in online photo repositories, in social networks?
- What places are reported on in traditional newspapers, in online events databases?
- And, most importantly and in completion to all above questions: Which places aren’t?