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Apr 07, 2020

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3d printing
3D Printing
a manifesto for science
A Manifesto for Science
Beyond Law
Changing the Culture
From Aye to Si
It Takes All Kinds to Make a Commons
Learning by Making, Teaching by Doing
Learning how to teach
The Deceptive Success of Copyright Licenses
The “P” Words
The Problem With Copyright
a-trane
Field
aging
The Intergeneration Multiplied
ahmedabad
<strike>28</strike> 32 Years Later
Desire to Learn
ai
Artificial Intelligence
air quality monitoring
Sensored City Press Coverage
Sensored City
album
Atlas Gerardi Mercatoris
General Atlas of the World
andy warhol
Who Owns the News?
animation
Coastal Flooding in African Cities
anne geddes
Geddes Sisters
api
Coronavirus Host Community
A Well Designed API
apis
The Reformation APIs
apps
From a Culture of Apps to a Culture of Health
arduino
LED Strip
argentina
Bookseller at the Sunday market
Chess in the park
In the old galeria
The Knitting Club
Luz, mediatinta y sombra
Sólo un beso
Wrinkled
art
LED Strip
Under_Noise
art galleries
¡ Madrid Mia !
art science
Hong Kong Bay Water Quality Data
Mycoprinter
Sensored City Press Coverage
Sensored City
Water Quality Monitoring
atibaia
Strategies for Open and Permanent Access to Scientific Information in Latin America
atlas
Atlas Gerardi Mercatoris
General Atlas of the World
Tygers, Panthers, Lions and Robbers
aufstrurz
Eudaimonia
austria
Oniryczny
autofill
Where In The World is Titty Ho?
awards
Fellow, American Institute of Indian Studies, University of Chicago
International Young Scholar
Science Commons Fellow on Geospatial Information.
Science and Technology Policy Fellow, National Academy of Sciences, Washington DC
b-flat
Jammin at the B-Flat
Khakassia
badges
Rating TDM Friendliness of Publishers
bangalore
Fanfare For The Silent Man - 1
Fanfare For The Silent Man - 2
Fanfare For The Silent Man - 3
Fanfare For The Silent Man - 4
Nagesh, the Cook
Oh What Should I Do With You
One Blind Man
SDSS/GIS for Service Planning, Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore, India.
Visiting Researcher, Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore
bars
The “A” List
¡ Madrid Mia !
Tirana Parks and Recreation
bashkia tirana
Upgrading GIS Capacity at Parks and Recreation, Tirana
berlin
Art Alley
Cigarette break
Eudaimonia
Field
Four Seasons in Alexanderplatz
Gay Berlin
In the U-Bahn
Invasion, Exiles, Wall, Nudes
Jammin at the B-Flat
Khakassia
Love art
Maker Faire Berlin 2016
Ostalgie
That Orange Smell of November
TOP Labs to Home
bhubaneshwar
Holy man
bias
Truth has no bias
big data
Click Once Measure Twice
bio
About Me
biohackspace
CUBE Critters
Everyone is a Mentor
bioprinter
Mycoprinter
blockchain
Demystifying Blockchains
you keep on using that term “blockchain.” I don’t think it means what you think it means more
borth
A windswept beach in Ynyslas, Wales
brazil
Strategies for Open and Permanent Access to Scientific Information in Latin America
buenos aires
Bookseller at the Sunday market
Chess in the park
In the old galeria
The Knitting Club
Luz, mediatinta y sombra
Sólo un beso
Wrinkled
business model
Open Source Open Wallet
business models
Business models for open content
Data Alliances Beyond Research
cafés
The “A” List
¡ Madrid Mia !
Tirana Parks and Recreation
california
Creative Commons, Mt. View to Google, Mt. View, and back
Nob Hill, San Francisco to Creative Commons, Mt. View
Nob Hill, San Francisco to UC-Davis, Davis, CA
canal saint-martin
Still Blowin’ on the CSM
cape town
Access to and Reuse of Public Sector Information, CODATA2010, Cape Town, South Africa
Cape Town Kid
The Mahogany Room (and a girl called Antoinette)
Protected By Armed Response
You don’t know Jack
career
Changing Paths, Staying The Course
The Next Big Thing
cc
Different Roles of Technology
That Orange Smell of November
cc blog
Doubling down on Markdown for science
Introducing the CC Science Advisory Board
The Net Works Effect – Open Data Day 2013
New Zealand Open Data Conference
PLOS and figshare make open science publishing more open
Remembering Lee Dirks
Why Open Science Training matters
cc licenses
CC0 for Data
cc science
CC Science Archive
Sensored City Press Coverage
Sensored City
Sharing v. Privacy Glossary
Sharing v. Privacy
cc0
Archive '10, NSF Workshop on Scientific Archives, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT.
CC0 for Data
Freedom’s Just Another Word for Nothin’ Left To Choose
Science Commons Data Mark
Scientific Data License
cellphones
Cellphones as Geographic Remote Sensors
cern
Open Hardware Licensing
change
Creative Destruction
chicago
Stay Away From Lonely Places
chile
Annual Global Spatial Data Infrastructure Conference, Santiago de Chile, Chile.
Pido Silencio
What Can SDI Learn From Open Source
I gave a presentation at the GSDI9 conference in [Santiago de Chile]. The disconnect between most of the folks who think SDI and open source was very apparent. I talked about the concept of a [Spatial Data Commons] based on the presentation on [Global Information Commons] by [Paul Uhlir]. The idea of a spatial data commons was received very well by the audience. more
china
China US Workshop on Data intensive Research, Chinese Academy of Science, Shanghai, China
Shanghai Rising
US-China Roundtable on Data-Intensive Science, Shanghai, China
cilantro
Chutney
citizen engagement
Citizen Engagement in Science
citizen journalism
Community Ontology
exploring ontology relevant in the context of a community. more
citizen science
Being Humane
Citizen Engagement in Science
Citizen vs. Science
Citizen vs. Science (song)
Ethics and Integrity of Data Collection and Sharing
A lot of people talk of licensing data. That is usually not applicable (as data are not licensable, at least not on the basis of copyright), and it is also possibly misleading. There are just as much, if not more, important issues of integrity and ethics, in both gathering and sharing data that come into play, particularly if humans are involved (whether the humans are the ones gathering the data or humans are the subjects of the data gathering exercise). more
Hong Kong Bay Water Quality Data
Learning how to teach
Norms Instead of Intellectual Property Laws
Sensored City Press Coverage
Sensored City
Water Quality Monitoring
citizen sourced information
The Three Locks
citizen-sourced information
Banking Data
My Hurt Locker
citizens consent
Citizen-Sourced Data Commons
governance implications for <b>Open Science</b> more
Citizens Consent
city
The ABCDs of Smart Cities
A City
City is in the Eye of the Beholder
The Crossroads Conundrum
Strange Angels
city planning
From a Culture of Apps to a Culture of Health
ciudad de mexico
Different Roles of Technology
claire geddes
Geddes Sisters
classical
Four Seasons in Alexanderplatz
Orgelkonzert
climate change
Parque de los Nevados
closed access
Text-mining limited access corpuses
cnrs
Ethics and Science
coastal flooding
Coastal Flooding in African Cities
codata
Access to and Reuse of Public Sector Information, CODATA2010, Cape Town, South Africa
CODATA 2012, Annual Conference of CODATA, Taipei, Taiwan
Strategies for Open and Permanent Access to Scientific Information in Latin America
code
Click Once Measure Twice
Convex Hull
Coronavirus Host Community
Dictionary in a Webpage
expressjs app with socket.io
Heatmaps In PostGIS (with PL/R)
The Importance of a Data Dictionary
Lazyload
LED Strip
Maintaining data integrity
PDL Functions
PDL Users Worldwide
Perl Ref is an Array
Policy Aware Geospatial Data
The Reformation APIs
RGB to Visible Spectrum
Saving and Recreating State via the URL
Set Operations in JavaScript
Sort Array of Hashes
SQLite
sue
Version Controlled Journal
Voronoi Diagrams In PostGIS (with PL/R)
Where In The World is Titty Ho?
Why File When You Can Full-Text Search
coffee house
Afternoon Coffee at the Coffee House
colorado
Trinidad, CO
commentary
Evil communications
Six issues with licenses
commitment
The Unemotional Committer
committees
1st International Workshop on Location and the Web, WWW 2008, Beijing, China
2nd International Workshop on Location and the Web, CHI 2009, Boston, MA.
Internet-Based Computing and Systems, The 6th International Conference on Signal-Image Technology and Internet-Based Systems (SITIS '10).
OneSpace 2009, the 2nd International Workshop on Blending Physical and Digital Spaces on the Internet, Berlin, Germany.
OneSpace 2010, the 3rd International Workshop on Blending Physical and Digital Spaces on the Internet, Berlin, Germany.
Open Source Software Development and Solutions Track
Open Source Software Development and Solutions Track, The 5th International Conference on Signal-Image Technology and Internet-Based Systems (SITIS '09).
Poster Committee, WWW 2013, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Program Committee, Open Knowledge Conference OKCon 2011, Berlin, Germany
WG on Research, Data and Knowledge Sharing, UN Foundation
commons
Who Conserves the Worlds Forests
community driven conservation
Who Conserves the Worlds Forests
computing
The Library of the Future
connections
Hold on, Let go, Be there
consent
Information Lifecycle
conservation
Pitfalls of JFM
Politics of Participatory Forest Conservation
conservative
Truth has no bias
contract
Information Lifecycle
TDM Friendly Contract Boilerplate
contracts
Creative Destruction
copenhagen
Christiana
CODATA Task Group on Data-Citation, Copenhagen, Denmark
Drumming at Hvide Lam
Lasses in the crosswalk
View With A Room
copyright
Copyright Treaties With The US
Copyright and the Use of Images as Biodiversity Data
Freedom’s Just Another Word for Nothin’ Left To Choose
cork
Summertime in Spring in Cork
coronavirus
Coronavirus Host Community
cov2
Coronavirus Host Community
covid-19
Coronavirus Host Community
A Well Oiled Machine Breaks Spectacularly
covid19
Coronavirus Host Community
A Well Oiled Machine Breaks Spectacularly
cpr
Who Conserves the Worlds Forests
cranes
London Cranes
Twin Towers
creative commons
A Manifesto for Science
Changing Paths, Staying The Course
Creative Commons, Mt. View to Google, Mt. View, and back
Nob Hill, San Francisco to Creative Commons, Mt. View
Shouldn’t, Wouldn’t, Couldn’t
The Next Big Thing
Three Axioms of Copyright Licenses (and a Conclusion)
cube
CUBE Critters
Everyone is a Mentor
RGB to Visible Spectrum
Spectrophotometer
Three Faces of a Cube
cultural appopriation
Who Owns Culture
culture of health
From a Culture of Apps to a Culture of Health
cv
1st International Workshop on Location and the Web, WWW 2008, Beijing, China
2nd International Workshop on Location and the Web, CHI 2009, Boston, MA.
About Me
Access to and Reuse of Public Sector Information, CODATA2010, Cape Town, South Africa
Annual Global Spatial Data Infrastructure Conference, Santiago de Chile, Chile.
Archive '10, NSF Workshop on Scientific Archives, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT.
Are you ready to do business online?
Association of Computing Machinery (ACM)
B. Tech. Indian Institute of Technology
China US Workshop on Data intensive Research, Chinese Academy of Science, Shanghai, China
CODATA Task Group on Data-Citation, Copenhagen, Denmark
CODATA Task Group on Data-Citation, Taipei, Taiwan
Common Use Licensing of Scientific Data
COUNTER 2010 workshop on Mashing-up Culture
Data & Information Institute
Diffusion of GIS/LIS in Local Governments
The Economic Supply of Biodiversity in West Kalimantan
EIA of Three Soapstone Mines
Elected Charter Member, Open Source Geospatial Foundation (OSGeo)
Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF)
Evaluating GIS/LIS
Fellow, American Institute of Indian Studies, University of Chicago
Future of Scientific Knowledge Discovery in Open Networked Environments, National Academies, Washington DC
GEOSS Data Sharing Task Force, National Academies, Washington DC
GeoSpatial Rights Management Summit, Open Geospatial Consortium, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA, USA
Geographic Information Systems in India
GIS Specialist, The World Bank, Washington DC
High Level Group on eInfrastructures for Scientific Data, European Commission, Brussels, Belgium.
Independent Consultant, Madison, WI
Information Commons of Science, National Academies and Science Commons, Washington DC, USA.
Information Systems in Pollution Management/Control, The World Bank, Washington DC, USA.
Intellectual Property Rights, Wrong for Developing Countries?
International Young Scholar
Internet-Based Computing and Systems, The 6th International Conference on Signal-Image Technology and Internet-Based Systems (SITIS '10).
Jacquards
Land Rationalization Study
Law and the GeoWeb. Intellectual property issues with geographic data in the internet era, AAG 2011, Microsoft Research, Redmond, WA
Law that Drives Change
Life member, National Association of Geographers, India (NAGI)
LOCWEB '08 – Proceedings of the first international workshop on Location and the web
M.S., University of Wisconsin-Madison
Measuring Real Benefits of GIS LIS in Wisconsin
Member, Association of American Geographers
Member, Open Web Foundation (OWF)
Member, Working Group on Science, Open Knowledge Foundation (OKFN)
Modernizing Historical Records
OneSpace 2009, the 2nd International Workshop on Blending Physical and Digital Spaces on the Internet, Berlin, Germany.
OneSpace 2010, the 3rd International Workshop on Blending Physical and Digital Spaces on the Internet, Berlin, Germany.
Open GeoSpatial Data - Difficult But Necessary
Open Government. Open data, open source, open standards. Open Source GIS Conference, University of Nottingham, Nottingham, UK
Open Knowledge Festival (OKFestival), Helsinki, Finland
Open Source Software Development and Solutions Track
Open Source Software Development and Solutions Track, The 5th International Conference on Signal-Image Technology and Internet-Based Systems (SITIS '09).
Panelist, Future of Web for Collaborative Science, WWW2010, Raleigh, NC.
Ph.D. University of Wisconsin-Madison
Policy Coordinator for Science and Data, Creative Commons, Mountain View, CA
Poster Committee, WWW 2013, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Program Committee, Open Knowledge Conference OKCon 2011, Berlin, Germany
Public Policy - Mashing up Technology and Law
Public Policy - bringing technology and law together for open access
Public Policy and the Geospatial Information Commons
Research Scientist, Development Alternatives, New Delhi
Researcher, Forest Ecology, University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI
Role of Volunteered Geographic Information in Advancing Science, GIScience 2010, Zurich, Switzerland
Saving the Past for the Future
Science Commons Fellow on Geospatial Information.
Science and Technology Policy Fellow, National Academy of Sciences, Washington DC
SDSS/GIS for Service Planning, Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore, India.
Senior Analyst, Geosciences, University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI
Senior Analyst/Programmer, GeoAnalytics, Madison, WI
Specialist Meeting on Ontology for the National Map, USGS and UCGIS, Washington DC, USA.
Specialist Meeting on Volunteered Geographic Information, NCGIA and LANL, Santa Barbara, CA, USA.
Strategies for Disseminating Large Spatial Databases
Summer Doctoral Program on Web Science, Oxford Internet Institute, Oxford University, UK.
The National Academies Science and Technology Policy Forum, Washington DC, USA.
The National Academies Science and Technology Policy Forum, Washington DC, USA.
Think-tank on Future Data by Ordnance Survey, University of Nottingham, UK.
US-China Roundtable on Data-Intensive Science, Shanghai, China
Using GIS for Pollution Control
Vespucci Workshop on INSPIRE EU Spatial Data Directive and SDIs, Fiesole, Italy.
Visiting Researcher, Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore
WG on Research, Data and Knowledge Sharing, UN Foundation
What Can GIS Learn From Open Source
When Tools Become the Barrier
Workshop on Indigenous Peoples Profiles, The World Bank, Washington DC., USA.
c|o
Invasion, Exiles, Wall, Nudes
Ostalgie
dad
ईद और दिवाली
वक्त रवानी
आज़ादगान
धूप
dancing
Sotto By Night
data
CC0 for Data
Coronavirus Host Community
Explaining Legal Interoperability
Most Datasets are Encumbered
New Zealand Open Data Conference
Raw Data vs Interpreted Data
Reading Writings
data apps
Data Apps
Don't make web apps, make data apps. more
data certification
Open Hardware Licensing
data chains
Astronomy Data Chain
Photosynthetic Light Data Chain
Seismology Data Chain
Stable Isotope Biogeochemistry Data Chain
Tree Allometry Data Chain
data dictionary
The Importance of a Data Dictionary
data repository
A Governance Model for a Health Repo
Perfect Health Repo Desiderata
data sharing
Back to the Future of Data Sharing
Scientists have always shared data, just not freely, and not with *anyone* who wants the data. For the most part, scientists have shared data with their collaborators, and on occasion, with those who might especially ask them for it. But as science has become more data-intensive, and as the technologies, mainly the network speeds and computing power, to collect, manage, analyze and visualize data, have become more powerful and ubiquitous, the sharing has not kept pace. The relatively recent awareness of intellectual property rights in data have at times brought about a contrarian change — scientists applying unsuitable licenses to their content creating an unintended but significant legal hurdle. All this confusion makes it seem that the goal of seamless data sharing between those who create it and those who want it may be moving further away from our grasp. So what is one to do? more
Ethics and Science
The Future of Science is Open
While open sharing of scientific tools, data and findings is morally and strategically good for science, it is also strategically good for countries where resources are constrained. Being able to reuse tools and data makes economic sense, and building upon existing work accelerates the development of a world-class scientific community and of scientific knowledge itself. more
Who Owns My Data?
Ownership, legally defined as a bundle of rights in the thing that is owned, arises from some provision in either common law or in statute that gives us rights in that thing in the first place. We own land because we bought it or we inherited it from someone who bought it or either we or our ancestors laid claim to it in the absence of anyone else contesting our claim. Similarly, we own other property because we bought it we were gifted it or we inherited it. If there are competing claims to our property, our own claim is weakened until we can prove otherwise. We own statutory rights in intellectual property based on our authorship of that work with sufficient creativity. However, none of these characteristics define health data. We produce health data through the act of existing, but we don’t have any creativity in it. The only thing we have is a right to privacy that gives us the prerogative to deny the use of our data by others. The question then becomes – should we own our health data or not? and what would be implications of doing so one way or another? more
datacite
CODATA Task Group on Data-Citation, Copenhagen, Denmark
CODATA Task Group on Data-Citation, Taipei, Taiwan
denmark
Christiana
CODATA Task Group on Data-Citation, Copenhagen, Denmark
Drumming at Hvide Lam
The Ghost of Elsinore
Lasses in the crosswalk
View With A Room
design
Things that confound me
desire
I hardly knew you, eh
Test to Destruction
digital access
Digital Access Index
Digital Access Index India
digital library
A Digital Library Everywhere
displaced
For Someday You May Be A Refugee
dogs
Canidae, can I do?
dordogne
Sebastien
dream
I Have A Dream
dublin
The International
O’Connell St. to Croke Park
dumb cities
The Crossroads Conundrum
dying
Hold on, Let go, Be there
earth base
Senior Analyst, Geosciences, University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI
earthbase
Where In The World is Titty Ho?
east germany
Leipzig
Ostalgie
edinburgh
Did You See That ?
education
B. Tech. Indian Institute of Technology
M.S., University of Wisconsin-Madison
Ph.D. University of Wisconsin-Madison
elsinore
The Ghost of Elsinore
emmett williams
Wrinkled
england
The Angel and the Acolytes
entity shielding
Law and the Rise of the Firm
environmental monitoring
Hong Kong Bay Water Quality Data
Sensored City Press Coverage
Sensored City
Water Quality Monitoring
ethics
Ethics and Integrity of Data Collection and Sharing
A lot of people talk of licensing data. That is usually not applicable (as data are not licensable, at least not on the basis of copyright), and it is also possibly misleading. There are just as much, if not more, important issues of integrity and ethics, in both gathering and sharing data that come into play, particularly if humans are involved (whether the humans are the ones gathering the data or humans are the subjects of the data gathering exercise). more
Ethics and Science
experience
GIS Specialist, The World Bank, Washington DC
Independent Consultant, Madison, WI
Policy Coordinator for Science and Data, Creative Commons, Mountain View, CA
Research Scientist, Development Alternatives, New Delhi
Researcher, Forest Ecology, University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI
Senior Analyst, Geosciences, University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI
Senior Analyst/Programmer, GeoAnalytics, Madison, WI
Visiting Researcher, Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore
fail-safe
A Well Oiled Machine Breaks Spectacularly
fantasy
When a Virgin Spits
fiesole
Vespucci Workshop on INSPIRE EU Spatial Data Directive and SDIs, Fiesole, Italy.
finland
Open Knowledge Festival, Helsinki, Finland
firm
Law and the Rise of the Firm
firms
Creative Destruction
forestry
Joint Forest Management
foss
Open Hardware Licensing
france
A City
City is in the Eye of the Beholder
Ethics and Science
Gaps Between Your Words
Les Ombres de La Charité
Maisons de Poupées
Paris Plage
Pernety to Place des Vosges
Place des Vosges to Gare de l’Est
Rue de Lorette to Gare Saint-Charles
Sebastien
Still Blowin’ on the CSM
Toy Town
Twin Towers
The Young Republic
frankfurt
There is something better than perfection
free
Freedom to Innovate
friendship
Test to Destruction
fts
Why File When You Can Full-Text Search
funding
BINGOs
futility
I hardly knew you, eh
The Inevitable Futility of Eventually
Test to Destruction
garlic
Chutney
gateshead
The Angel and the Acolytes
gdpr
“Open” health data and GDPR
genetic data learning
Access and Benefit Sharing of Genetic Data
Exploring the power of informal learning academies. more
genève
Stealing Time
geographic data, ip
Law and the GeoWeb
geography
Topo Philia
Yi Fu Tuan
geospatial
AJs Links
Arc 2 Earth
Basics of GIS
I gave the following "lecture" to a bunch of IIT students visiting University of Waterloo under a program organized by [Srinivasan Keshav](http://www.cs.uwaterloo.ca/~keshav/). more
Open GIS for Developing Countries
Open Source
Restrictive Licensing
Restrictive Software
Spatial Data and the End of Democracy
geotagging
Digital Manaslu
germany
Art Alley
Cigarette break
Deichtorhallen
Eudaimonia
Field
Four Seasons in Alexanderplatz
Gay Berlin
Geo vs. Medical/Health
a comparison between the geo and medical related activies in the open source world. more
In Panik
In the U-Bahn
Invasion, Exiles, Wall, Nudes
Jammin at the B-Flat
Khakassia
Leipzig
Line 22
Love art
Maker Faire Berlin 2016
Orgelkonzert
Ostalgie
Scalable Data Sharing in GeoSciences
There is something better than perfection
TOP Labs to Home
gis
Basics of GIS
I gave the following "lecture" to a bunch of IIT students visiting University of Waterloo under a program organized by [Srinivasan Keshav](http://www.cs.uwaterloo.ca/~keshav/). more
Open GIS for Developing Countries
Open Source
Restrictive Licensing
Restrictive Software
Upgrading GIS Capacity at Parks and Recreation, Tirana
google
Creative Commons, Mt. View to Google, Mt. View, and back
goths
Leipzig
governance
Citizen-Sourced Data Commons
governance implications for <b>Open Science</b> more
Citizens Consent
Demystifying Blockchains
you keep on using that term “blockchain.” I don’t think it means what you think it means more
A Governance Model for a Health Repo
Public Good v. Private Goods
The good news is that the private sector is taking over from the public agencies when it comes to innovation and investment in the medical/health domains. As such, the difficult but crucial technological advancements, especially when it comes to balancing the desire for sharing with the need for privacy, are going to come from the private sector. The bad thing is that we are already witnessing unintended side-effects to this. And the ugly part is that there will be many more undesirable consequences in the future. The necessary checks and balances—consent, governance, and reparations from harm—will have to come from the public sector, that is, both the government and the common people. more
graffiti
Art Alley
Love art
greek yogurt
Greek yogurt with molasses
gsdi9
What Can SDI Learn From Open Source
I gave a presentation at the GSDI9 conference in [Santiago de Chile]. The disconnect between most of the folks who think SDI and open source was very apparent. I talked about the concept of a [Spatial Data Commons] based on the presentation on [Global Information Commons] by [Paul Uhlir]. The idea of a spatial data commons was received very well by the audience. more
gujarat
<strike>28</strike> 32 Years Later
Desire to Learn
göteborg
Waiting for the bus
göttingen
As We May Click
Digital Manaslu
Geo vs. Medical/Health
a comparison between the geo and medical related activies in the open source world. more
Geottingen
Present and future geo activities at Göttingen more
In Panik
Line 22
Maker Faire Berlin 2016
Scalable Data Sharing in GeoSciences
Twenty Things I Care About
hamburg
Deichtorhallen
hand drawn maps
Creative Commons, Mt. View to Google, Mt. View, and back
Nob Hill, San Francisco to Creative Commons, Mt. View
Nob Hill, San Francisco to UC-Davis, Davis, CA
O’Connell St. to Croke Park
Pernety to Place des Vosges
Place des Vosges to Gare de l’Est
Rue de Lorette to Gare Saint-Charles
TOP Labs to Home
hannover
Orgelkonzert
hanoz
ईद और दिवाली
वक्त रवानी
आज़ादगान
धूप
hardware
Citizen-Sourced Data Commons
governance implications for <b>Open Science</b> more
Citizens Consent
Open Hardware Licensing
Sensors and Sensibility
A Taxonomy of Sensors
Wary of Wearables
hate
Duality in Love and Hate
hbcse
RGB to Visible Spectrum
Spectrophotometer
health
Banking Data
Citizen-Sourced Data Commons
governance implications for <b>Open Science</b> more
Citizens Consent
The City as an App
Demystifying Blockchains
you keep on using that term “blockchain.” I don’t think it means what you think it means more
Federal Data Insurance Corporation
A Governance Model for a Health Repo
A Health Privacy API
My Hurt Locker
Open Science in HSR
Perfect Health Repo Desiderata
Public Good v. Private Goods
The good news is that the private sector is taking over from the public agencies when it comes to innovation and investment in the medical/health domains. As such, the difficult but crucial technological advancements, especially when it comes to balancing the desire for sharing with the need for privacy, are going to come from the private sector. The bad thing is that we are already witnessing unintended side-effects to this. And the ugly part is that there will be many more undesirable consequences in the future. The necessary checks and balances—consent, governance, and reparations from harm—will have to come from the public sector, that is, both the government and the common people. more
Reading Writings
Sharing v. Privacy
While the need for privacy and security have to be respected, access to patient data is essential for continuous learning as well as for diagnosis of edge cases. But the former makes it difficult to achieve the latter creating a tension that seems intractable. A workshop organized by Creative Commons, with generous support from Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, brought together those eager to resolve this tension, and make it possible to share data while respecting privacy. more
The Three Locks
health data
Banking Data
Citizen-Sourced Data Commons
governance implications for <b>Open Science</b> more
Citizens Consent
Federal Data Insurance Corporation
A Governance Model for a Health Repo
A Health Privacy API
My Hurt Locker
“Open” health data and GDPR
Perfect Health Repo Desiderata
Sharing v. Privacy
While the need for privacy and security have to be respected, access to patient data is essential for continuous learning as well as for diagnosis of edge cases. But the former makes it difficult to achieve the latter creating a tension that seems intractable. A workshop organized by Creative Commons, with generous support from Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, brought together those eager to resolve this tension, and make it possible to share data while respecting privacy. more
The Three Locks
Who Owns My Data?
Ownership, legally defined as a bundle of rights in the thing that is owned, arises from some provision in either common law or in statute that gives us rights in that thing in the first place. We own land because we bought it or we inherited it from someone who bought it or either we or our ancestors laid claim to it in the absence of anyone else contesting our claim. Similarly, we own other property because we bought it we were gifted it or we inherited it. If there are competing claims to our property, our own claim is weakened until we can prove otherwise. We own statutory rights in intellectual property based on our authorship of that work with sufficient creativity. However, none of these characteristics define health data. We produce health data through the act of existing, but we don’t have any creativity in it. The only thing we have is a right to privacy that gives us the prerogative to deny the use of our data by others. The question then becomes – should we own our health data or not? and what would be implications of doing so one way or another? more
health services research
Open Science in HSR
helmut newton
Invasion, Exiles, Wall, Nudes
helsinki
Open Knowledge Festival, Helsinki, Finland
hidden
Us and Them
hokkaido kürbis
Potimarron
hong kong
Hong Kong Bay Water Quality Data
Water Quality Monitoring
hope
For Someday You May Be A Refugee
idea
Inventions then cannot be a subject of property
ideas
Viability of Ideas
iim
SDSS/GIS for Service Planning, Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore, India.
illusion
When a Virgin Spits
images
Copyright and the Use of Images as Biodiversity Data
imam bara
Mujeres en mi Vida
immigrant
For Someday You May Be A Refugee
india
<strike>28</strike> 32 Years Later
Afternoon Coffee at the Coffee House
Badaloo
Baillie Guard
Barbershop Quartet
The Cobbler Next Door
Desire to Learn
Digital Access Index India
A Digital Library Everywhere
Holy man
India cranks it to 11
Jantar Mantar
Joint Forest Management
Life at the Side of the Road
A Little Girl Lost
Mujeres en mi Vida
My Friend Usha
Nagesh, the Cook
Royal Poinciana
Savitri
Siesta in the Alcove
Siesta in the Doorway
Three Faces of a Cube
Traffic Police
Visiting Researcher, Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore
While We Were Looking At Our Bright Future, They Grew Up On the Side of the Road
Yadav
individual privacy
All That Glitters is Not Sold
industry-research partnership
Data Alliances Beyond Research
informal academies
A lawyer, a scientist, and a kid walk into a makerspace
Exploring the power of informal learning academies. more
Being Humane
Citizen vs. Science
Citizen vs. Science (song)
From Aye to Si
Inclusive by Design
Learning by Making, Teaching by Doing
Learning how to teach
Norms Instead of Intellectual Property Laws
Open But Unequal
informal learning
A lawyer, a scientist, and a kid walk into a makerspace
Exploring the power of informal learning academies. more
Being Humane
Norms Instead of Intellectual Property Laws
Open But Unequal
information
Data Chain
integrity
Ethics and Integrity of Data Collection and Sharing
A lot of people talk of licensing data. That is usually not applicable (as data are not licensable, at least not on the basis of copyright), and it is also possibly misleading. There are just as much, if not more, important issues of integrity and ethics, in both gathering and sharing data that come into play, particularly if humans are involved (whether the humans are the ones gathering the data or humans are the subjects of the data gathering exercise). more
intellectual property
Licensing Scientific Data Collections
Pamela Samuelson
Policy Aware Geospatial Data
Raw Data vs Interpreted Data
Scientific Data License
Serving Data, Licenses, Citations, and Tracking Use
Sita Sings the Blues
Social Networking Patent
Square Pegs In Round Holes
Toward A New Politics Of Intellectual Property
Toward Precision Citation
Traditional Knowledge Digital Library
Who Got Left Out of the Property Grab Again
international development
3D Printing
Artificial Intelligence
Blockchain
Open Science and Open Data
Sensors
Disruptive Technologies for International Development
internet
As We May Click
iot
From a Culture of Apps to a Culture of Health
LOCWEB '08 – Proceedings of the first international workshop on Location and the web
Location and the Web
Sensors and Sensibility
Wary of Wearables
ipad
Vivek Wadhwa Tries Linkbaiting With The Help Of iPads
ireland
The International
O’Connell St. to Croke Park
Summertime in Spring in Cork
irony
Inexorable Inevitability
istanbul
Anticipation
Cruel Things
The Expected Wait Time Is…
For Someday You May Be A Refugee
Les Dieux Numeriques
Looking In, Looking Out
A Moment of Rest
istanbul modern
Looking In, Looking Out
italy
Vespucci Workshop on INSPIRE EU Spatial Data Directive and SDIs, Fiesole, Italy.
javascript
expressjs app with socket.io
jazz
Amnesia... dink, dink, dink
Ba-Lue Bolivar Ba-Lues Are
Epistrophy by Vijay Iyer
Eudaimonia
Field
The International
Jammin at the B-Flat
Khakassia
Round About Midnight
Smokin' at the Hvide Lam
So Low in the Library Mall
Stolen Moments in Golden Gate Park
jazzkeller 69
Eudaimonia
jfm
Joint Forest Management
Pitfalls of JFM
Politics of Participatory Forest Conservation
Who Conserves the Worlds Forests
job
Changing Paths, Staying The Course
The Next Big Thing
josef koudelka
Invasion, Exiles, Wall, Nudes
karlstad
Geddes Sisters
kid
Cape Town Kid
kids
While We Were Looking At Our Bright Future, They Grew Up On the Side of the Road
kirkhill
Geddes Sisters
kmeans
Heatmaps In PostGIS (with PL/R)
knowledge transfer
The Intergeneration Multiplied
language
A Circle Whose Center is Everywhere
Convex Hull
Gaps Between Your Words
The Language of Technology vs. the Technology of Language
Talking in Silences
laurie anderson
Strange Angels
legal interoperability
Explaining Legal Interoperability
leipzig
Leipzig
lemon
Chutney
liberal
Truth has no bias
libraries
The Library of the Future
licenses
Babel of Licenses
Copyright and the Use of Images as Biodiversity Data
Explaining Legal Interoperability
How Many Licenses Is Too Many
The Incredible Agony of Inexactness
Open Hardware Licensing
The Role of Licensing in Science
Serving Data, Licenses, Citations, and Tracking Use
Three Axioms of Copyright Licenses (and a Conclusion)
licensing
Licensing FAQ
Licensing Scientific Data
Licensing Scientific Data Collections
Reading Writings
licensing etiquette
What You Do Says About You
life
Canidae, can I do?
liliana porter
Wrinkled
limited access
Text-mining limited access corpuses
linkbait
Vivek Wadhwa Tries Linkbaiting With The Help Of iPads
living
Hold on, Let go, Be there
location
LOCWEB '08 – Proceedings of the first international workshop on Location and the web
Location and the Web
Sensors and Sensibility
A Taxonomy of Sensors
Wary of Wearables
london
London Cranes
los angeles
Longmire
lov
Ethics and Science
love
Canidae, can I do?
Duality in Love and Hate
L’Amour Vrai est Impossible
loving
Hold on, Let go, Be there
lucknow
Badaloo
Baillie Guard
Canidae, can I do?
Life at the Side of the Road
A Little Girl Lost
Mujeres en mi Vida
Savitri
That Orange Smell of November
Traffic Police
While We Were Looking At Our Bright Future, They Grew Up On the Side of the Road
Yadav
lugano
Stealing Time
ma
Mujeres en mi Vida
madison
Sotto By Night
madrid
¡ Madrid Mia !
maker faire
Maker Faire Berlin 2016
makerspace
From Aye to Si
Inclusive by Design
makerspaces
The Intergeneration Multiplied
malba
Wrinkled
mamba
The Knitting Club
marine life
Under_Noise
markdown
Doubling down on Markdown for science
marseille
A City
Les Ombres de La Charité
Rue de Lorette to Gare Saint-Charles
Strange Angels
Toy Town
martin luther king, jr.
I Have A Dream
mca
Stay Away From Lonely Places
medical data
“Open” health data and GDPR
meetings
CODATA Task Group on Data-Citation, Copenhagen, Denmark
CODATA Task Group on Data-Citation, Taipei, Taiwan
Open Knowledge Festival (OKFestival), Helsinki, Finland
memberships
Association of Computing Machinery (ACM)
Elected Charter Member, Open Source Geospatial Foundation (OSGeo)
Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF)
Life member, National Association of Geographers, India (NAGI)
Member, Association of American Geographers
Member, Open Web Foundation (OWF)
Member, Working Group on Science, Open Knowledge Foundation (OKFN)
memex
So Let It Be Written So Let It Be Done
mew mew
Chiaroscuro of a Calico Cat
Mujeres en mi Vida
molasses
Greek yogurt with molasses
mongolia
The Future of Science is Open
While open sharing of scientific tools, data and findings is morally and strategically good for science, it is also strategically good for countries where resources are constrained. Being able to reuse tools and data makes economic sense, and building upon existing work accelerates the development of a world-class scientific community and of scientific knowledge itself. more
mongolian academy of sciences
The Future of Science is Open
While open sharing of scientific tools, data and findings is morally and strategically good for science, it is also strategically good for countries where resources are constrained. Being able to reuse tools and data makes economic sense, and building upon existing work accelerates the development of a world-class scientific community and of scientific knowledge itself. more
monk
Ba-Lue Bolivar Ba-Lues Are
Round About Midnight
montreal jazz festival 2016
Chutei Iki
Fanfare Ciocarlia
Helsinki-Coutonou Ensemble
Ingrid Jensen
Montreal Jazz Festival 2016
Oktopus
Simon Denizart Trio
movie
Frequencies
Round About Midnight
mt. view
Creative Commons, Mt. View to Google, Mt. View, and back
Nob Hill, San Francisco to Creative Commons, Mt. View
muls
The Future of Science is Open
While open sharing of scientific tools, data and findings is morally and strategically good for science, it is also strategically good for countries where resources are constrained. Being able to reuse tools and data makes economic sense, and building upon existing work accelerates the development of a world-class scientific community and of scientific knowledge itself. more
mumbai
Barbershop Quartet
The Cobbler Next Door
My Friend Usha
Royal Poinciana
Three Faces of a Cube
murals
Art Alley
Love art
There is something better than perfection
museum für fotografie
Invasion, Exiles, Wall, Nudes
museums
¡ Madrid Mia !
music
A Velt In Lied (A World In Song)
Amnesia... dink, dink, dink
Ba-Lue Bolivar Ba-Lues Are
Because the Night Belongs to Lovers
Epistrophy by Vijay Iyer
Field
Four Seasons in Alexanderplatz
The International
Jammin at the B-Flat
Light and Sound
The Mahogany Room (and a girl called Antoinette)
Maxi Music
Orgelkonzert
Round About Midnight
Smokin' at the Hvide Lam
So Low in the Library Mall
Stolen Moments in Golden Gate Park
Summertime in Spring in Cork
mythology
Even Gods Are Fallible
nada
A Circle Whose Center is Everywhere
Convex Hull
names
What’s in a Name
why names matter in taxonomy, and how technology can help. more
ncgia
Specialist Meeting on Volunteered Geographic Information, NCGIA and LANL, Santa Barbara, CA, USA.
Volunteered Geographic Information
nesara
Mujeres en mi Vida
Rubbish for Nesara
So This is How it Happened
Sputnik Chortled
new delhi
Afternoon Coffee at the Coffee House
Jantar Mantar
One Blind Man
Siesta in the Alcove
Siesta in the Doorway
new mexico
Band on the Run
new zealand
New Zealand Open Data Conference
newcastle-upon-tyne
The Angel and the Acolytes
nodejs
expressjs app with socket.io
Maintaining data integrity
The Reformation APIs
noise
Under_Noise
noncommercial
The Incredible Agony of Inexactness
northern karnataka
Fanfare For The Silent Man - 1
Fanfare For The Silent Man - 2
Fanfare For The Silent Man - 3
Fanfare For The Silent Man - 4
nostalgia
Ostalgie
nottingham
Think-tank on Future Data by Ordnance Survey, University of Nottingham, UK.
null
Anthony Seeger
Boatema Boateng
CollaborativeCollectionOfCaseStudies.ss
Community Ontology
Compiling Apps On Macs
Computing Stack
Corn Pudding
Crab Cakes
Creative Commons
Data Citation Task Group meeting
Data Custodianship
Developing Markets Anti Americanism
Development Alternatives
Does Trust Beget Trustworthiness
E F Schumacher
Eliza on Emacs
Emergence of Trust Networks Under Uncertainty
Flooding in Cartagena Bay
Free Software
Free and Open Source
GeoAnalytics
Geographic Information Systems in Developing Countries
Google Maps Mapping Platform
Governance Model
Government Of Trinidad And Tobago
Hardware Layer
Heini Vihemki
Help is Here
Home Page
humanesettlements
IAI Training Institute on Data
Indian Institute Of Management
Intellectual Property Rights
IPR Wrong for Developing Countries
Kalpana Prakash
Karen Cook
Land Information And Computer Graphics Facility
Large Datasets
Letting Education Get In The Way Of Learning
Licensing Geographic Data
Licensing Regime
Low Cost
Lower Cost
Mapping Ecosystem Services Citations
Mapping For Change
Market Driven
Master of Science
Michael Curry
Not Everything is Equally Free
Old Gray Aunties No More
One Datasource Many Views
Onerous Licensing Regime
ReadLine
Teaching Young Kids
oa
OA Decision Tree
obituary
Remembering Lee Dirks
ocellus
Coronavirus Host Community
ohl
Open Hardware Licensing
oii
A Room Full of Dingos
Summer Doctoral Program on Web Science, Oxford Internet Institute, Oxford University, UK.
okfn
Open Knowledge Festival, Helsinki, Finland
Open Knowledge Festival (OKFestival), Helsinki, Finland
onions
Chutney
open
Freedom to Innovate
An open ecosystem is vital for science, society and citizens
open access
OA Decision Tree
Open Access, Open Source, Open Data
All intellectual output of science can be categorized into literature, software and data. This presentation examines these three pillars, and explores what it means to be "open" as a commitment to practicing open science. more
Strategies for Open and Permanent Access to Scientific Information in Latin America
open data
Benefits of opening data
Ethics and Integrity of Data Collection and Sharing
A lot of people talk of licensing data. That is usually not applicable (as data are not licensable, at least not on the basis of copyright), and it is also possibly misleading. There are just as much, if not more, important issues of integrity and ethics, in both gathering and sharing data that come into play, particularly if humans are involved (whether the humans are the ones gathering the data or humans are the subjects of the data gathering exercise). more
Hong Kong Bay Water Quality Data
Open Access, Open Source, Open Data
All intellectual output of science can be categorized into literature, software and data. This presentation examines these three pillars, and explores what it means to be "open" as a commitment to practicing open science. more
Sharing v. Privacy
While the need for privacy and security have to be respected, access to patient data is essential for continuous learning as well as for diagnosis of edge cases. But the former makes it difficult to achieve the latter creating a tension that seems intractable. A workshop organized by Creative Commons, with generous support from Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, brought together those eager to resolve this tension, and make it possible to share data while respecting privacy. more
The Paradigm, The Framework, and The Instantiation
Water Quality Monitoring
open document
Open Document Format
Open Document Gains Ground
open hardware
Learning how to teach
Mycoprinter
Open Hardware Licensing
RGB to Visible Spectrum
Spectrophotometer
Water Quality Monitoring
open licenses
Shouldn’t, Wouldn’t, Couldn’t
open licensing
Business models for open content
Evil communications
Six issues with licenses
open science
Assessing the Economic Impact of TDM
Benefits of opening data
Ethics and Integrity of Data Collection and Sharing
A lot of people talk of licensing data. That is usually not applicable (as data are not licensable, at least not on the basis of copyright), and it is also possibly misleading. There are just as much, if not more, important issues of integrity and ethics, in both gathering and sharing data that come into play, particularly if humans are involved (whether the humans are the ones gathering the data or humans are the subjects of the data gathering exercise). more
Helping Move to Open
Open Access, Open Source, Open Data
All intellectual output of science can be categorized into literature, software and data. This presentation examines these three pillars, and explores what it means to be "open" as a commitment to practicing open science. more
Open Science in HSR
Version Controlled Journal
open source
Babel of Licenses
Client Driven
Creative Destruction
How Many Licenses Is Too Many
Open, But Not as Usual
Open Access, Open Source, Open Data
All intellectual output of science can be categorized into literature, software and data. This presentation examines these three pillars, and explores what it means to be "open" as a commitment to practicing open science. more
Open Document Format
Open Document Gains Ground
Open GIS for Developing Countries
Open Source
Open Source Open Wallet
Simple Economics of Open Source
What Would Schumpeter Think Of Open Source
opt-in
Smart or Scary?
opt-out
Smart or Scary?
optimization
Click Once Measure Twice
ordnance survey
Think-tank on Future Data by Ordnance Survey, University of Nottingham, UK.
osti
Why Open Science Training matters
owner shielding
Law and the Rise of the Firm
ownership
Freedom’s Just Another Word for Nothin’ Left To Choose
Who Owns My Data?
Ownership, legally defined as a bundle of rights in the thing that is owned, arises from some provision in either common law or in statute that gives us rights in that thing in the first place. We own land because we bought it or we inherited it from someone who bought it or either we or our ancestors laid claim to it in the absence of anyone else contesting our claim. Similarly, we own other property because we bought it we were gifted it or we inherited it. If there are competing claims to our property, our own claim is weakened until we can prove otherwise. We own statutory rights in intellectual property based on our authorship of that work with sufficient creativity. However, none of these characteristics define health data. We produce health data through the act of existing, but we don’t have any creativity in it. The only thing we have is a right to privacy that gives us the prerogative to deny the use of our data by others. The question then becomes – should we own our health data or not? and what would be implications of doing so one way or another? more
oxford
A Room Full of Dingos
Ode to the Oxford Pubs
Summer Doctoral Program on Web Science, Oxford Internet Institute, Oxford University, UK.
pablo neruda
Pido Silencio
packaging
Information Lifecycle
paris
City is in the Eye of the Beholder
Gaps Between Your Words
L’Amour Vrai est Impossible
Maisons de Poupées
Paris Plage
Pernety to Place des Vosges
Place des Vosges to Gare de l’Est
Still Blowin’ on the CSM
That Orange Smell of November
Twin Towers
The Young Republic
pat metheny
Light and Sound
patent
Inventions then cannot be a subject of property
Social Networking Patent
paul klée
Strange Angels
pavan
My Brother and I
paying for free
Data Alliances Beyond Research
pdl
PDL Functions
PDL Users Worldwide
peanuts
Chutney
perl
Click Once Measure Twice
PDL Functions
PDL Users Worldwide
Perl Ref is an Array
Voronoi Diagrams In PostGIS (with PL/R)
phd
PhD Two Dot Oh
Srinivasan Keshav
Statement of Purpose
Why Ideas Propagate
philanthropy
BINGOs
philosophy
Freedom’s Just Another Word for Nothin’ Left To Choose
Ivan Illich
The Philosophical Framework of Social Contracts
Social Contracts
Social Contracts in the Digital Age
The Teeth Behind the Contract
The Unemotional Committer
photo
Tygers, Panthers, Lions and Robbers
photos
<strike>28</strike> 32 Years Later
A Room Full of Dingos
Afternoon Coffee at the Coffee House
The Angel and the Acolytes
Anticipation
Art Alley
Badaloo
Baillie Guard
Barbershop Quartet
Bookseller at the Sunday market
Cape Town Kid
Caribbean Nights
Chess in the park
Chiaroscuro of a Calico Cat
Christiana
Chutei Iki
Cigarette break
A City
City is in the Eye of the Beholder
The Cobbler Next Door
Crouching Tiger Sitting Girl
Cruel Things
CUBE Critters
Deichtorhallen
Desire to Learn
Did You See That ?
Digital Manaslu
Drumming at Hvide Lam
Everyone is a Mentor
The Expected Wait Time Is…
Fanfare Ciocarlia
Flashes, of Orange
Four Seasons in Alexanderplatz
Frequency and Volume
Gay Berlin
Geddes Sisters
The Ghost of Elsinore
Helsinki-Coutonou Ensemble
Holy man
In the U-Bahn
In the old galeria
Ingrid Jensen
The International
Jantar Mantar
The Knitting Club
L’Amour Vrai est Impossible
Lasses in the crosswalk
Leipzig
Les Dieux Numeriques
Les Ombres de La Charité
Life at the Side of the Road
Light and Sound
The Light at the Break of Dawn
A Little Girl Lost
London Cranes
Longmire
Looking In, Looking Out
Love art
Luz, mediatinta y sombra
The Mahogany Room (and a girl called Antoinette)
Maisons de Poupées
Memories of Trini
A Moment of Rest
Montreal Jazz Festival 2016
Mujeres en mi Vida
My Brother and I
My Friend Usha
Nagesh, the Cook
Oktopus
Oniryczny
Paris Plage
Potimarron
Protected By Armed Response
Royal Poinciana
Savitri
Sebastien
Shanghai Rising
Siesta in the Alcove
Siesta in the Doorway
Simon Denizart Trio
Sólo un beso
Sotto By Night
Stay Away From Lonely Places
Still Blowin’ on the CSM
Summertime in Spring in Cork
Take Me To Jerusalem
There is something better than perfection
Three Faces of a Cube
Toy Town
Traffic Police
Trinidad, CO
Twin Towers
View With A Room
Waiting for the bus
While We Were Looking At Our Bright Future, They Grew Up On the Side of the Road
Who Owns the News?
A windswept beach in Ynyslas, Wales
Wrinkled
Yadav
You don’t know Jack
The Young Republic
pl/r
Heatmaps In PostGIS (with PL/R)
Voronoi Diagrams In PostGIS (with PL/R)
plazi
Maintaining data integrity
plugin
Where In The World is Titty Ho?
poem
दरबार-ए-वतन
poetry
Blessed are the Swordsmen
Caribbean Nights
Citizen vs. Science (song)
ईद और दिवाली
Fanfare For The Silent Man - 1
Fanfare For The Silent Man - 2
Fanfare For The Silent Man - 3
Fanfare For The Silent Man - 4
Flashes, of Orange
वक्त रवानी
आज़ादगान
Gaps Between Your Words
Grow Up
Growing up of the Baby God
Hanoz Shīsha-Garān
Kill
The Lady With The Beard
L’Amour Vrai est Impossible
Light and Sound
The Light at the Break of Dawn
The Mahogany Room (and a girl called Antoinette)
My Love is a Sensor
Oh What Should I Do With You
On de daily breadline
One Blind Man
Pido Silencio
Rubbish for Nesara
She
So This is How it Happened
Sólo un beso
Sputnik Chortled
Stealing Time
Sunlight of My Mind
धूप
Take Me To Jerusalem
That Orange Smell of November
We Real Cool
When a Virgin Spits
policy
Mashing Up Technology and Law
portraits
Badaloo
Bookseller at the Sunday market
Christiana
Cigarette break
The Cobbler Next Door
Deichtorhallen
The Ghost of Elsinore
Holy man
In the U-Bahn
Longmire
My Friend Usha
Nagesh, the Cook
Royal Poinciana
Savitri
Sebastien
Three Faces of a Cube
Traffic Police
Yadav
postgis
Heatmaps In PostGIS (with PL/R)
Voronoi Diagrams In PostGIS (with PL/R)
postgres
Click Once Measure Twice
postgresql
Emulating Enumerated Data Types in PostgreSQL
potimarron
Potimarron
prayer
Blessed are the Swordsmen
presentation
A lawyer, a scientist, and a kid walk into a makerspace
Exploring the power of informal learning academies. more
Back to the Future of Data Sharing
Scientists have always shared data, just not freely, and not with *anyone* who wants the data. For the most part, scientists have shared data with their collaborators, and on occasion, with those who might especially ask them for it. But as science has become more data-intensive, and as the technologies, mainly the network speeds and computing power, to collect, manage, analyze and visualize data, have become more powerful and ubiquitous, the sharing has not kept pace. The relatively recent awareness of intellectual property rights in data have at times brought about a contrarian change — scientists applying unsuitable licenses to their content creating an unintended but significant legal hurdle. All this confusion makes it seem that the goal of seamless data sharing between those who create it and those who want it may be moving further away from our grasp. So what is one to do? more
Basics of GIS
I gave the following "lecture" to a bunch of IIT students visiting University of Waterloo under a program organized by [Srinivasan Keshav](http://www.cs.uwaterloo.ca/~keshav/). more
Citizen-Sourced Data Commons
governance implications for <b>Open Science</b> more
Citizens Consent
Community Ontology
exploring ontology relevant in the context of a community. more
Dashboard Data Model
A small presentation on data models that can be repurposed for many different end-uses. more
Data Apps
Don't make web apps, make data apps. more
Demystifying Blockchains
you keep on using that term “blockchain.” I don’t think it means what you think it means more
eInfrastructure for Scientific Data
Ethics and Integrity of Data Collection and Sharing
A lot of people talk of licensing data. That is usually not applicable (as data are not licensable, at least not on the basis of copyright), and it is also possibly misleading. There are just as much, if not more, important issues of integrity and ethics, in both gathering and sharing data that come into play, particularly if humans are involved (whether the humans are the ones gathering the data or humans are the subjects of the data gathering exercise). more
The Future of Science is Open
While open sharing of scientific tools, data and findings is morally and strategically good for science, it is also strategically good for countries where resources are constrained. Being able to reuse tools and data makes economic sense, and building upon existing work accelerates the development of a world-class scientific community and of scientific knowledge itself. more
Geo vs. Medical/Health
a comparison between the geo and medical related activies in the open source world. more
Geottingen
Present and future geo activities at Göttingen more
Interoperability As A Guiding Principle For Long-Term Archives
Archive '10 focused on the creation of archives of computer-based experiments – capturing and publishing entire experiments that are fully encapsulated, ready for immediate replay, and open to inspection. It brought together a few areas of the scientific community that represent fairly advanced infrastructure for archiving experiments and data (physicists and biomedical researchers) with two areas of the computer systems community for which significant progress is still needed (networks and compilers). The workshop also included experts in enabling technologies and publishing. more
Legal Implications of Text and Data Mining
Originally created by the Creative Commons Science, Policy and Legal teams, subsequently revised by me for the web. Placed in the public domain under the CC0 Public Domain Dedication. <a href="/Legal-Implications-of-TDM?a=show#1">start presentation &raquo;</a> more
Measuring Information Accessibility
Can we recognize free when we see it? Can we measure accessibility? Can we rate one source of information as being more or less accessible than another? more
Open Access, Open Source, Open Data
All intellectual output of science can be categorized into literature, software and data. This presentation examines these three pillars, and explores what it means to be "open" as a commitment to practicing open science. more
Open But Unequal
An open ecosystem is vital for science, society and citizens
Open Science in HSR
Policy Issues in Accessibility and Interoperability of Scientific Data
Public Good v. Private Goods
The good news is that the private sector is taking over from the public agencies when it comes to innovation and investment in the medical/health domains. As such, the difficult but crucial technological advancements, especially when it comes to balancing the desire for sharing with the need for privacy, are going to come from the private sector. The bad thing is that we are already witnessing unintended side-effects to this. And the ugly part is that there will be many more undesirable consequences in the future. The necessary checks and balances—consent, governance, and reparations from harm—will have to come from the public sector, that is, both the government and the common people. more
The Role of Licensing in Science
Scalable Data Sharing in GeoSciences
Sharing v. Privacy
While the need for privacy and security have to be respected, access to patient data is essential for continuous learning as well as for diagnosis of edge cases. But the former makes it difficult to achieve the latter creating a tension that seems intractable. A workshop organized by Creative Commons, with generous support from Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, brought together those eager to resolve this tension, and make it possible to share data while respecting privacy. more
Twenty Things I Care About
What Can SDI Learn From Open Source
I gave a presentation at the GSDI9 conference in [Santiago de Chile]. The disconnect between most of the folks who think SDI and open source was very apparent. I talked about the concept of a [Spatial Data Commons] based on the presentation on [Global Information Commons] by [Paul Uhlir]. The idea of a spatial data commons was received very well by the audience. more
What Would Schumpeter Think Of Open Source
What’s in a Name
why names matter in taxonomy, and how technology can help. more
Who Owns My Data?
Ownership, legally defined as a bundle of rights in the thing that is owned, arises from some provision in either common law or in statute that gives us rights in that thing in the first place. We own land because we bought it or we inherited it from someone who bought it or either we or our ancestors laid claim to it in the absence of anyone else contesting our claim. Similarly, we own other property because we bought it we were gifted it or we inherited it. If there are competing claims to our property, our own claim is weakened until we can prove otherwise. We own statutory rights in intellectual property based on our authorship of that work with sufficient creativity. However, none of these characteristics define health data. We produce health data through the act of existing, but we don’t have any creativity in it. The only thing we have is a right to privacy that gives us the prerogative to deny the use of our data by others. The question then becomes – should we own our health data or not? and what would be implications of doing so one way or another? more
presentation workshops
Annual Global Spatial Data Infrastructure Conference, Santiago de Chile, Chile.
privacy
Demystifying Blockchains
you keep on using that term “blockchain.” I don’t think it means what you think it means more
A Health Privacy API
The Notion of Privacy
Smart or Scary?
The “P” Words
The Three Locks
processed data
Data Chain
progamming
We Do Need More Programmers
programming
Dictionary in a Webpage
Emulating Enumerated Data Types in PostgreSQL
ESRI Projections to Proj4 Text
expressjs app with socket.io
Heatmaps In PostGIS (with PL/R)
project ideas
Assessing the Economic Impact of TDM
The Library of the Future
Version Controlled Journal
projects
Things I’d Like To Do
prose
Fiddler of Jackson St, San Francisco, NY
psi
Viability of Ideas
public domain
CC0 for Data
Most Datasets are Encumbered
Twenty Things I Care About
public participation
From a Culture of Apps to a Culture of Health
publications
Are you ready to do business online?
Diffusion of GIS/LIS in Local Governments
The Economic Supply of Biodiversity in West Kalimantan
EIA of Three Soapstone Mines
Evaluating GIS/LIS
Geographic Information Systems in India
Jacquards
Land Rationalization Study
Law that Drives Change
LOCWEB '08 – Proceedings of the first international workshop on Location and the web
Measuring Real Benefits of GIS LIS in Wisconsin
Modernizing Historical Records
Open GeoSpatial Data - Difficult But Necessary
Policy Aware Geospatial Data
Public Policy - Mashing up Technology and Law
Public Policy - bringing technology and law together for open access
Public Policy and the Geospatial Information Commons
Saving the Past for the Future
Strategies for Disseminating Large Spatial Databases
Strategies for Open and Permanent Access to Scientific Information in Latin America
Using GIS for Pollution Control
What Can GIS Learn From Open Source
When Tools Become the Barrier
publishing
Assessing the Economic Impact of TDM
Version Controlled Journal
punk rock
In Panik
quality of life
Being Humane
r
Heatmaps In PostGIS (with PL/R)
Voronoi Diagrams In PostGIS (with PL/R)
raw data
Data Chain
rda
Evil communications
recipe
Black Bean Casserole
Braised Celery Hearts
Chutney
Curried Rice Beans And Vegetable Pilaf
Fish Curry
Gazpacho Andaluz
Ginger Tomato Chutney
Greek yogurt with molasses
Herb Braised Chanterelles
Jerusalem Artichoke Pancakes
Lemon Pound Cake
Mashed Sweet Potatoes
Mixed Mushroom Sweet Potato Stuffing
Papaya Jicama Salad
Red Lentil Soup
Roasted Maple Glazed Baby Carrots with Dried Grapes
Roasted Parsnips with Orange Zest
Salmon With Ginger Salsa
Spicy Avocado Sauce
Spinach Wild Rice and Shrimp Salad
Stir Fried String Beans Shanghai Style
Tequila Steamed Grouper
Thai Curry Penne
Tofu And Bok Choy Stir Fry
Vegetable Medley
Vietnamese Shrimp Curry
Yummy Recipes
recursion
Things I’d Like To Do
red kuri squash
Potimarron
red tide
Water Quality Monitoring
refugee
For Someday You May Be A Refugee
refugees
Tony Kushner – An Undoing World
regret
I hardly knew you, eh
rest
Designing URIs
The Paradigm, The Framework, and The Instantiation
A Well Designed API
restaurants
The “A” List
Tirana Parks and Recreation
reuse
Information Lifecycle
reuse etiquette
What You Do Says About You
risk
Trust Building Via Risk Taking
rock
Because the Night Belongs to Lovers
roger bacon
Secretes of Nature
romance
A Modern Love Story
rural development
Ruggedized Intel PC
rwjf
CC Science Archive
Sensored City Press Coverage
Sensored City
Sharing v. Privacy Glossary
Sharing v. Privacy
république
The Young Republic
safe-fail
A Well Oiled Machine Breaks Spectacularly
salt lake city
Archive '10, NSF Workshop on Scientific Archives, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT.
san francisco
Amnesia... dink, dink, dink
Because the Night Belongs to Lovers
Epistrophy by Vijay Iyer
Fiddler of Jackson St, San Francisco, NY
Flashes, of Orange
Frequency and Volume
The Language of Technology vs. the Technology of Language
Light and Sound
Nob Hill, San Francisco to Creative Commons, Mt. View
Nob Hill, San Francisco to UC-Davis, Davis, CA
santiago
Annual Global Spatial Data Infrastructure Conference, Santiago de Chile, Chile.
Pido Silencio
What Can SDI Learn From Open Source
I gave a presentation at the GSDI9 conference in [Santiago de Chile]. The disconnect between most of the folks who think SDI and open source was very apparent. I talked about the concept of a [Spatial Data Commons] based on the presentation on [Global Information Commons] by [Paul Uhlir]. The idea of a spatial data commons was received very well by the audience. more
sarajevo
Ovo je život
sars-cov-2
Coronavirus Host Community
schumpeter
What Would Schumpeter Think Of Open Source
science
A lawyer, a scientist, and a kid walk into a makerspace
Exploring the power of informal learning academies. more
A Manifesto for Science
Back to the Future of Data Sharing
Scientists have always shared data, just not freely, and not with *anyone* who wants the data. For the most part, scientists have shared data with their collaborators, and on occasion, with those who might especially ask them for it. But as science has become more data-intensive, and as the technologies, mainly the network speeds and computing power, to collect, manage, analyze and visualize data, have become more powerful and ubiquitous, the sharing has not kept pace. The relatively recent awareness of intellectual property rights in data have at times brought about a contrarian change — scientists applying unsuitable licenses to their content creating an unintended but significant legal hurdle. All this confusion makes it seem that the goal of seamless data sharing between those who create it and those who want it may be moving further away from our grasp. So what is one to do? more
Beyond Law
CC0 for Data
Changing Paths, Staying The Course
Changing the Culture
Citizen Engagement in Science
CUBE Critters
Data Apps
Don't make web apps, make data apps. more
Doubling down on Markdown for science
Ethics and Science
Everyone is a Mentor
Evil communications
Financial Interoperability
From Aye to Si
The Future of Science is Open
While open sharing of scientific tools, data and findings is morally and strategically good for science, it is also strategically good for countries where resources are constrained. Being able to reuse tools and data makes economic sense, and building upon existing work accelerates the development of a world-class scientific community and of scientific knowledge itself. more
Inclusive by Design
Introducing the CC Science Advisory Board
It Takes All Kinds to Make a Commons
Learning by Making, Teaching by Doing
Learning how to teach
Licensing Scientific Data
Mashing Up Technology and Law
The Net Works Effect – Open Data Day 2013
New Zealand Open Data Conference
Open But Unequal
An open ecosystem is vital for science, society and citizens
The Philosophical Framework of Social Contracts
PLOS and figshare make open science publishing more open
Reading Writings
Remembering Lee Dirks
The Role of Licensing in Science
Six issues with licenses
Social Contracts
Social Contracts in the Digital Age
A Taxonomy of Sensors
The Teeth Behind the Contract
The Deceptive Success of Copyright Licenses
The Next Big Thing
The “P” Words
The Problem With Copyright
Twenty Things I Care About
What’s in a Name
why names matter in taxonomy, and how technology can help. more
Who Owns My Data?
Ownership, legally defined as a bundle of rights in the thing that is owned, arises from some provision in either common law or in statute that gives us rights in that thing in the first place. We own land because we bought it or we inherited it from someone who bought it or either we or our ancestors laid claim to it in the absence of anyone else contesting our claim. Similarly, we own other property because we bought it we were gifted it or we inherited it. If there are competing claims to our property, our own claim is weakened until we can prove otherwise. We own statutory rights in intellectual property based on our authorship of that work with sufficient creativity. However, none of these characteristics define health data. We produce health data through the act of existing, but we don’t have any creativity in it. The only thing we have is a right to privacy that gives us the prerogative to deny the use of our data by others. The question then becomes – should we own our health data or not? and what would be implications of doing so one way or another? more
Why Open Science Training matters
scientific data
Licensing FAQ
scotland
Did You See That ?
Geddes Sisters
security
Demystifying Blockchains
you keep on using that term “blockchain.” I don’t think it means what you think it means more
A Health Privacy API
Smart or Scary?
semantic web
Designing URIs
sensors
Cellphones as Geographic Remote Sensors
Citizen-Sourced Data Commons
governance implications for <b>Open Science</b> more
Citizens Consent
From a Culture of Apps to a Culture of Health
My Love is a Sensor
Open Hardware Licensing
Sensored City Press Coverage
Sensored City
Sensors and Sensibility
Smart or Scary?
A Taxonomy of Sensors
Wary of Wearables
shanghai
China US Workshop on Data intensive Research, Chinese Academy of Science, Shanghai, China
Shanghai Rising
US-China Roundtable on Data-Intensive Science, Shanghai, China
short story
The Enchanted Reptile Palace
shows
¡ Madrid Mia !
silence
Gaps Between Your Words
Talking in Silences
situated learning
Situated Student Learning and Spatial Informational Analysis
sloan
CC Science Archive
small is beautiful
Appropriate Scale
Small Is Beautiful
Statement of Purpose
smart cities
The ABCDs of Smart Cities
The City as an App
The Crossroads Conundrum
social contract
Sharing v. Privacy
While the need for privacy and security have to be respected, access to patient data is essential for continuous learning as well as for diagnosis of edge cases. But the former makes it difficult to achieve the latter creating a tension that seems intractable. A workshop organized by Creative Commons, with generous support from Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, brought together those eager to resolve this tension, and make it possible to share data while respecting privacy. more
The Three Locks
social contracts
The Philosophical Framework of Social Contracts
Social Contracts
Social Contracts in the Digital Age
The Teeth Behind the Contract
social networking
Social Networking Patent
sotto
Sotto By Night
south africa
Access to and Reuse of Public Sector Information, CODATA2010, Cape Town, South Africa
Cape Town Kid
The Mahogany Room (and a girl called Antoinette)
You don’t know Jack
specimens
A Digital Library Everywhere
spectrophotometer
RGB to Visible Spectrum
Spectrophotometer
spell
When a Virgin Spits
sqlite
Maintaining data integrity
st. augustine
On de daily breadline
story
The Turtle and the Rabbit
strategy
The Unemotional Committer
streaming databases
Streaming Databases
stupidity
Things that confound me
sweden
Geddes Sisters
Waiting for the bus
tainan
Crouching Tiger Sitting Girl
taipei
CODATA 2012, Annual Conference of CODATA, Taipei, Taiwan
CODATA Task Group on Data-Citation, Taipei, Taiwan
taiwan
CODATA 2012, Annual Conference of CODATA, Taipei, Taiwan
CODATA Task Group on Data-Citation, Taipei, Taiwan
Crouching Tiger Sitting Girl
tapr
Open Hardware Licensing
taxonomy
Citizen Engagement in Science
A Digital Library Everywhere
Maintaining data integrity
A Taxonomy of Sensors
What’s in a Name
why names matter in taxonomy, and how technology can help. more
tdm
Assessing the Economic Impact of TDM
Copyright and the Use of Images as Biodiversity Data
Legal Implications of Text and Data Mining
Originally created by the Creative Commons Science, Policy and Legal teams, subsequently revised by me for the web. Placed in the public domain under the CC0 Public Domain Dedication. <a href="/Legal-Implications-of-TDM?a=show#1">start presentation &raquo;</a> more
Pre-processed TDM-ready archive
Rating TDM Friendliness of Publishers
TDM Friendly Contract Boilerplate
TDM Workshops
Text-mining limited access corpuses
Three Strategies for TDM
tech primer
3D Printing
Artificial Intelligence
Blockchain
Open Science and Open Data
Sensors
Disruptive Technologies for International Development
technology
Different Roles of Technology
The Language of Technology vs. the Technology of Language
text and data mining
Pre-processed TDM-ready archive
TDM Friendly Contract Boilerplate
TDM Workshops
Three Strategies for TDM
text mining
Copyright and the Use of Images as Biodiversity Data
text-mining
Text-mining limited access corpuses
the residency
Baillie Guard
the world bank
3D Printing
Artificial Intelligence
Blockchain
Open Science and Open Data
Sensors
Disruptive Technologies for International Development
Parque de los Nevados
Scalable Data Sharing in GeoSciences
Strategies for Disseminating Large Spatial Databases
The World Bank
Workshop on Indigenous Peoples Profiles, The World Bank, Washington DC., USA.
thimmig
Ba-Lue Bolivar Ba-Lues Are
Round About Midnight
thomas jefferson
Inventions then cannot be a subject of property
to-do
Things I’d Like To Do
toilet paper
A Well Oiled Machine Breaks Spectacularly
tomatoes
Chutney
tos
Information Lifecycle
traditional knowledge
Traditional Knowledge Digital Library
traffic lights
The Crossroads Conundrum
travels
Where in the world am I?
You don’t know Jack
tribute
Still Blowin’ on the CSM
trinidad
Caribbean Nights
Memories of Trini
On de daily breadline
Sunlight of My Mind
Trinidad, CO
trust
Trust Building Via Risk Taking
truth
Truth has no bias
tu et moi
Ce que tu demandes, je me demande aussi
Duality in Love and Hate
On Equality
The One Thing To Read
Us and Them
Who Owns Culture
turkey
Anticipation
Cruel Things
The Expected Wait Time Is…
Les Dieux Numeriques
Looking In, Looking Out
A Moment of Rest
tyne and wear
The Angel and the Acolytes
ucgis
Specialist Meeting on Ontology for the National Map, USGS and UCGIS, Washington DC, USA.
uk
A Room Full of Dingos
London Cranes
Ode to the Oxford Pubs
Summer Doctoral Program on Web Science, Oxford Internet Institute, Oxford University, UK.
Think-tank on Future Data by Ordnance Survey, University of Nottingham, UK.
A windswept beach in Ynyslas, Wales
under water
Under_Noise
upmc
Ethics and Science
urdu
Hanoz Shīsha-Garān
uris
Designing URIs
usha
My Friend Usha
utah
Archive '10, NSF Workshop on Scientific Archives, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT.
vannevar bush
As We May Think
So Let It Be Written So Let It Be Done
vgi
Volunteered Geographic Information
video
A Velt In Lied (A World In Song)
Amnesia... dink, dink, dink
Ba-Lue Bolivar Ba-Lues Are
Band on the Run
Because the Night Belongs to Lovers
Epistrophy by Vijay Iyer
Field
Four Seasons in Alexanderplatz
Gay Berlin
Jammin at the B-Flat
Licensing Scientific Data
Orgelkonzert
Parque de los Nevados
Smokin' at the Hvide Lam
So Low in the Library Mall
Stolen Moments in Golden Gate Park
Under_Noise
villefranch-sur-mer
Ethics and Science
voronoi
Voronoi Diagrams In PostGIS (with PL/R)
wales
A windswept beach in Ynyslas, Wales
walter benjamin
Strange Angels
washington dc
Scalable Data Sharing in GeoSciences
water quality
Hong Kong Bay Water Quality Data
Water Quality Monitoring
wearables
Wary of Wearables
web
As We May Click
The Paradigm, The Framework, and The Instantiation
web design
Saving and Recreating State via the URL
web services
All That Glitters is Not Sold
webcam microscope
CUBE Critters
wellness
Being Humane
wien
Oniryczny
wisconsin
Sotto By Night
workshops
Access to and Reuse of Public Sector Information, CODATA2010, Cape Town, South Africa
Archive '10, NSF Workshop on Scientific Archives, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT.
Common Use Licensing of Scientific Data
COUNTER 2010 workshop on Mashing-up Culture
Data & Information Institute
Future of Scientific Knowledge Discovery in Open Networked Environments, National Academies, Washington DC
GEOSS Data Sharing Task Force, National Academies, Washington DC
GeoSpatial Rights Management Summit, Open Geospatial Consortium, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA, USA
High Level Group on eInfrastructures for Scientific Data, European Commission, Brussels, Belgium.
Information Commons of Science, National Academies and Science Commons, Washington DC, USA.
Information Systems in Pollution Management/Control, The World Bank, Washington DC, USA.
Intellectual Property Rights, Wrong for Developing Countries?
Law and the GeoWeb. Intellectual property issues with geographic data in the internet era, AAG 2011, Microsoft Research, Redmond, WA
Open Government. Open data, open source, open standards. Open Source GIS Conference, University of Nottingham, Nottingham, UK
Panelist, Future of Web for Collaborative Science, WWW2010, Raleigh, NC.
Role of Volunteered Geographic Information in Advancing Science, GIScience 2010, Zurich, Switzerland
SDSS/GIS for Service Planning, Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore, India.
Specialist Meeting on Ontology for the National Map, USGS and UCGIS, Washington DC, USA.
Specialist Meeting on Volunteered Geographic Information, NCGIA and LANL, Santa Barbara, CA, USA.
Summer Doctoral Program on Web Science, Oxford Internet Institute, Oxford University, UK.
The National Academies Science and Technology Policy Forum, Washington DC, USA.
The National Academies Science and Technology Policy Forum, Washington DC, USA.
Think-tank on Future Data by Ordnance Survey, University of Nottingham, UK.
Workshop on Indigenous Peoples Profiles, The World Bank, Washington DC., USA.
yi fu tuan
Topo Philia
Yi Fu Tuan
yiddish songs
A Velt In Lied (A World In Song)
ynyslas
A windswept beach in Ynyslas, Wales
zenodeo
Coronavirus Host Community
zenodo
Coronavirus Host Community
नेसरा
Mujeres en mi Vida
मां
Mujeres en mi Vida
माया
Even Gods Are Fallible
When a Virgin Spits