Archive for September, 2008

Speaking of Location and the Web: Call for Papers is out for the 2nd International Workshop on Location and the Web. The first workshop in this series took place last year in conjunction with the W3C conference in Bejing. This year, the workshop will be held in conjunction with CHI 2009 – which I think […]


Quick note: Found via the locweb mailing list – the W3C just announced a new Geolocation Working Group as part of their Ubiquitous Web Applications Activity! Official announcement is here.


Already mentioned two posts ago: Mat has extended the blogloc mobile site! If you visit the update page with a device that has the Google Gears plugin installed, you’ll notice something new below the “Where are you now?” input field: a nifty little tickbox with a label that says “Locate Me!”. And – guess what […]


A big thanks to the Yahoo Fire Eagle team! And not just for bringing us the awesome Fire Eagle location platform – but also for being so kind to include blogloc in their featured application gallery. (And incidentally it turns out that "blogloc" is an advantageous name – from an alphabetical point of view 🙂 […]