Daily Archives: October 23, 2008


Technolibertarianism

Yesterday I sat in on a talk  by Muki Haklay of UCL entitled “What’s so new in Neogeography?” Muki talked about levels of hacking within the world of neogeo from deep technical hacking (changing GIS application code) through, shallow technical hacking (his words not mine) which I think are mashups to use hacking and meaning hacking which involve using the tools and information in different ways to those originally intended.  The bit that caught my interest was […]