Just a Note to Say…

Cameron, Alan
August 2004
GPS World;Aug2004, Vol. 15 Issue 8, p33
Trade Publication
Presents a selection of location blogging systems that employs global positioning technology (GPS). ComMotion system, developed by Natalia Marmasse at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Media Laboratory; GeoNotes, developed by Swedish Institute of Computer Sciences researchers; WaveIQ suite from WaveMarket.


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