This is The OKCast Episode 20. In this episode, I talk with Ingrid Burrington, a researcher and artist using technology and mapping to explore interesting, often unseen places. I met Ingrid at an Open Knowledge Festival 2014 fringe event in Berlin this past summer, where she gave a presentation entitled Internet Groundtruth, which explored the (mostly) hidden infrastructure of the world’s biggest network – the Internet – using untraditional methods. What Ingrid is uncovering is unique and exciting, and she shares it, and other projects, with us in this interview. You can find Ingrid on Twitter @lifewinning and online at www.lifewinning.com.
It’s a wandering interview and we cover a lot of topics – tune in for a lot of mindblowing new ways of thinking!
Cover Image: Network, UWW ResNet, CC BY-NC-SA, https://flic.kr/p/ctXmhf
- Ingrid’s Internet Groundtruth Talk
- Work in Progress site – Seeing Networks in NYC
- Blog with Internet Groundtruth in progress work
- Data and Society
- Ingrid at Data & Society
- How to run a terminal on your machine (Mac, Linux, Windows)
- Internet Exchange
- Ingrid’s Presentation – Internet Groundtruth
- Open Technology Institute
- Where’s the B61? – Hyperlocal app
Ingrid mentions the Empire City subway covers… here’s an example!
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