See something or say something: London

Red dots are locations of Flickr pictures. Blue dots are locations of Twitter tweets. White dots are locations that have been posted to both.

  • A. Spehr 4y

    Does identi.ca do geolocation? I'll tell everyone to turn it on for the Desktop Summit, then you'll have more data! :D
  • Paul Woods www.paulwoodsphoto.com 4y

    I'm just wondering what that rather large patch of red is, SW of Greenwich. Crystal Palace park, maybe? Lots of athletics photos?
  • Ed Horsford 4y

    Fabuloso, as always. Well done.
  • Ian Harrold 4y

    Really interesting. As they say - data is everywhere!
  • Steve Cadman 4y

    Fascinating, and beautiful too!
  • adrian, acediscovery 4y

    This is fantastic. There's a relatively large red-patch in SE London, about two thirds down the image, and two thirds across (from left)*. Any idea where this is?

    *Should I add a note to show where I mean? (I don't like notes, but it might be handy!)
  • danilo.rossi 4y

    It's a very beautiful and interesting image, this one as all the others. Well done, great job. Can you publish a picture of Rome?
  • Eric Fischer 4y

    I went ahead and added one of Berlin even though it's not very Twittery, because it still looks good. Here is Rome too.
  • Spraggs-Hughes 4y

    This is lovely! I would hang it on my wall for sure...
  • Eric Fischer 4y

    Thanks! I don't think there's enough city-level data from Twitter yet to make versions detailed enough for a wall hanging, though. Hopefully it will be possible to add more detail as more data comes in.
  • Tyla @ Every 100th of a Second 4y

    wow... i am a red dot somewhere there :)
  • Mark Mapstone 4y

    Love this! Thanks for putting it together :)
  • Eddie Clarke 4y

    so cool! Trying to work out exactly where Clapham is :)
  • ramson 4y

    Amazing. Could resist doing a quick overlay onto a GoogleMap screenshot for interest.

    Paul Woods www.paulwoodsphoto.com adrian, acediscovery Yes, that's Crystal Palace National Sports stadium.

    Eddie Clarke Clapham is half-way down and about 4/10ths in from left - it's the white blob just to the right of the downward loop in the river.
  • adrian, acediscovery 4y

    ramson Super - thanks for that!
  • Bernie-saw 4y

    Eric Fischer
    what would a 1000mp image of the earth take to render and arrange, and printed over the size of a 2-3 floor building wall. say.. the tate modern. ?
    ~
    or better yet to render the image as a spherical object, and have it constructed to be visible inside and out, setup with micro led's/lcd. that would be.. ;)
  • Eric Fischer 4y

    I had originally rendered the earth one as a 200 megapixel image, but Flickr wouldn't allow posting anything that large. But it wouldn't take much more to go to 1000.
  • Intelligent Positioning 4y

    Love it.
  • L-L Liu 3y

    amazing !
  • saksham1917 3y

    Can ya do one for Delhi too, or Mumbai?
    The Subcontinent awaits.
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