In my last post I posed the question that if OSMappers like me can map anywhere they want, why is there a difference (in collaborative or volunteered mapping projects) in the number of areas mapped and tagged as residential landuse and in features marked as housing? I showed how wealthy areas in Dublin are mapped … More Cartographic poverty II: why does it matter?
Introduction The proliferation of affordable web and mobile technologies has made geographic knowledge production more accessible to many. This has been allied with greater use of open source tools among the general population. Geographers work alongside others to produce high quality cartographical material used daily and across many digital platforms. At the same time, the … More Cartographic poverty – a new paper
Right now I am reading (a lot) and writing (a little) about the ghetto. I am reframing a paper I first got published in working paper form in 2015 and (rightly) rejected in paper format by a journal earlier this year. That paper was too hung up on financialisation. In the interests of making myself … More Ghetto youth
I have written in the last while about Airbnb in Dublin and earlier this year in New Orleans at the AAG, I was excited to hear about the work done on Short Term Rentals (STRs) by David Wachsmuth and his team at McGill. Remembering some of David’s tweets that landed earlier in January, I have … More Most recent Airbnb data for the Dublin region
I have managed to get my Marian statues paper published, after three attempts. I am very happy with the outcome and although the reviewing process was tough, it made it a better paper. Here’s a link to the Wiley site for it but if you would like access, drop me a line.