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Wow, that was a long time between map updates. Partly cause of enthusiasm for the new commuter bike that had me doing much less visible rides I suppose.

 

New to the map: I finally closed the open loop in Tsawwassen that was a result of a flat tire last time I went to Pt. Roberts. I took a meandering ride through north-Vancouver/Burnaby to fill in a bunch of roads I hadn't yet been on, as well as the Austin Rd. in bike-unfriendly south Coquitlam.

 

On the North Shore I finished Lonsdale Ave., did 29th & Queens, and rode through more residential parts of Deep Cove. I also took Indian River Dr. up behind to get a little further up the Indian Arm (and got another flat on the way back, but at least I made it all the way up)

Illustration for my article about how a site's Privacy Policy may affect rankings in Google.

 

Having an accurate privacy policy posted on one's website may be a measure of how good a site's quality is, and quality evaluations by search engines might affect the ranking of a site in search engine results pages.

The Flickr service belongs to Yahoo, a big internet company who actively participates in the large scale spying on non-US residents online activities program called PRISM. There is simply no way I am letting anyone spy on me like that, I value my personal data too much. so... good bye friends, I will miss you deeply. I will surely open an account at a PRISM-free photo sharing service, but will have to let Flickr go. What are YOU waiting for? stanp up for your (digital) rights!

Post it note on a board of ideas for thinking differently about healthcare services. This photo was taken at a patient and public engagement event at Birmingham City Football Club, hosted by BVSC and Birmingham LINk with the Birmingham CrossCity Clinical Commissioning Group, 4th October 2012.

I recently photographed the Launch Festival for startup Connect.com

 

The LAUNCH Festival was created by Jason Calacanis. The Festival now averages 10,000 attendees per year and features a few dozen speakers well known in the start up world.

 

Past headliners have included Mark Cuban, Paul Graham, Evan Williams, and Yves Behar.

 

During the festival, 50 start ups are revealed and LAUNCH at the event. The entrants compete in front of a select panel of judges for $100,000 in investment. Winners of the competition have also received investment from the LAUNCH Fund, such as Connect, which received $250,000 from the fund after they successfully won the 2014 competition.

 

If you'd like to use these photos pls contact KK @ 778. 898. 3076 or kk@kriskrug.com.

During the week, I filled in the perimeter of Granville Island and went a bit further into Burnaby on the Central Valley Trail. Still have ambitions to follow that one to the end some time.

 

Then today I went back to Pacific Spirit Park via 49th and rode a few more trails, added the Chancellor / West 4th. route out of UBC, and rode around the Musqueam Reserve a bit, including the three distinctive circular crescents by the golf courses.

 

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I recently photographed the Launch Festival for startup Connect.com

 

The LAUNCH Festival was created by Jason Calacanis. The Festival now averages 10,000 attendees per year and features a few dozen speakers well known in the start up world.

 

Past headliners have included Mark Cuban, Paul Graham, Evan Williams, and Yves Behar.

 

During the festival, 50 start ups are revealed and "launch" at the event. The entrants compete in front of a select panel of judges for $100,000 in investment. Winners of the competition have also received investment from the LAUNCH Fund, such as Connect, which received $250,000 from the fund after they successfully won the 2014 competition.

 

If you'd like to use these photos pls contact KK @ 778. 898. 3076 or kk@kriskrug.com.

First time I've been handed a wireless tipping controller - hurrah! From Itsu sushi in Chelsea. At Heathrow I made a positive mess of the VAT-return forms with a smeary-ink pen, and I thought, why don't they just give me a computer and let me type in my information? Or I type it on my mobile device and beam it to them somehow? Someone else is going to type it into a computer - might as well be me, I can fill the range of credit card and address entry-blanks best. Sort of the ATM paradigm extended outwards - taking control of personal data entry.

I recently photographed the Launch Festival for startup Connect.com

 

The LAUNCH Festival was created by Jason Calacanis. The Festival now averages 10,000 attendees per year and features a few dozen speakers well known in the start up world.

 

Past headliners have included Mark Cuban, Paul Graham, Evan Williams, and Yves Behar.

 

During the festival, 50 start ups are revealed and "launch" at the event. The entrants compete in front of a select panel of judges for $100,000 in investment. Winners of the competition have also received investment from the LAUNCH Fund, such as Connect, which received $250,000 from the fund after they successfully won the 2014 competition.

 

If you'd like to use these photos pls contact KK @ 778. 898. 3076 or kk@kriskrug.com.

I recently photographed the Launch Festival for startup Connect.com

 

The LAUNCH Festival was created by Jason Calacanis. The Festival now averages 10,000 attendees per year and features a few dozen speakers well known in the start up world.

 

Past headliners have included Mark Cuban, Paul Graham, Evan Williams, and Yves Behar.

 

During the festival, 50 start ups are revealed and "launch" at the event. The entrants compete in front of a select panel of judges for $100,000 in investment. Winners of the competition have also received investment from the LAUNCH Fund, such as Connect, which received $250,000 from the fund after they successfully won the 2014 competition.

 

If you'd like to use these photos pls contact KK @ 778. 898. 3076 or kk@kriskrug.com.

I recently photographed the Launch Festival for startup Connect.com

 

The LAUNCH Festival was created by Jason Calacanis. The Festival now averages 10,000 attendees per year and features a few dozen speakers well known in the start up world.

 

Past headliners have included Mark Cuban, Paul Graham, Evan Williams, and Yves Behar.

 

During the festival, 50 start ups are revealed and "launch" at the event. The entrants compete in front of a select panel of judges for $100,000 in investment. Winners of the competition have also received investment from the LAUNCH Fund, such as Connect, which received $250,000 from the fund after they successfully won the 2014 competition.

 

If you'd like to use these photos pls contact KK @ 778. 898. 3076 or kk@kriskrug.com.

Lifelogger and Linked Open Data expert, Dr Ash Smith presenting on how the University does linked data about people... weighing up the benefits vs the fall-backs, some of the obstacles we've encountered, and where we currently are.

The 2nd Privacy, Identity & Data Protection Day, Centre for Doctoral Training, University of Southampton.

21 November 2014

While there was a lot of activity between January and now, most of it took place on previous routes I'd captured so there wasn't much point updating the map.

 

This past weekend I made a point of filling in some of the grid north of Cornwall between Kits and Jericho (easy target for idling up and down side streets for a while) and a ride up 16th toward Pacific Spirit park, through one of the trails (Council), ultimately connecting UBC/16th to the 29th Ave. bike path.

 

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From the 4th annual Privacy Identity Innovation conference, pii2013. September 16-18, 2013 in downtown Seattle. Visit PrivacyIdentityInnovation.com for more info.

 

Photos by Dave Barger, LunaWeb Inc.

customercommons.org/

 

CREATING A WORLD OF LIBERATED, POWERFUL AND RESPECTED CUSTOMERS.

Customer Commons is a non-profit for customers who are tired of just complaining about the "powers that be" and want to contribute to making tools for the rest of us.

Networking at the 2nd Privacy, Identity & Data Protection Day, Centre for Doctoral Training, University of Southampton. 21 November 2014.

The weather's been a little off, but this weekend finally cleared. I made a good dent in Stanley Park on Saturday, but Sunday was a bit more epic than that. I decided to fill in an obvious gap thus far.

 

Added: Inverness St. and Kent Ave in Vancouver, a stretch of industrial park in south Burnaby, New West (including a loop around the Quay), and the Central Valley trail from New West back to Vancouver. Oh, and a touch of Coquitlam thanks to crappy signage.

 

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Actually quite a lot of new stuff in there over the past month. A ride through North Vancouver to Deep Cove, a ride down the Lougheed Highway to Coquitlam and back through Port Moody, and a ride on 49th Ave. through Imperial to New West then back on Kingsway.

 

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Behavioural Economist, Dr Helia Marreiros presenting on an online experiment on online privacy. This study aims to experimentally investigate the extent to which existent online privacy policies affect individual behaviour.

The 2nd Privacy, Identity & Data Protection Day, Centre for Doctoral Training, University of Southampton.

21 November 2014.

Not much biking recently, but I took a trip up to Cypress for a day on the slopes.

 

Naturally, GPS data was recorded. I'm showing the speed view, because the elevation of the hill makes the elevation view mostly useless: the hill renders in red, the city is blue, with no middle ground. Not interesting.

 

This is a quick screen cap of what my Vancouver map thus far looks like when seen from Cypress. A video seemed like a better way to show this one than a still image. Also, should probably note that Elevation distorts the altitude by a factor of 8x; the real altitude is pretty boring to look at, the distorted view seems closer to what your mental image of the hills in question ought to be.

Ilse Haesaert (Appaliance, Agoria) presentation on Belgian Mobile Policy Guidelines at Mobile Mondays Brussels.

The crappy weather continues, but I did manage to put a good dent in mid-Vancouver and fill out most of the Richmond perimeter.

 

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Found in the alley.

Postgraduate Researcher Richard Gomer in discussion at the 2nd Privacy, Identity & Data Protection Day, Web Science Centre for Doctoral Training, University of Southampton. 21 November 2014.

22 Reasons Skype's Identity Sucks

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