Davies, Paul
September 2011
Interpretation Journal;Autumn2011, Vol. 16 Issue 2, p9
The article offers information on digital mapping. It mentions that Sir Tim Berners Lee, the father of the World Wide Web suggests free access of information from the government, scientists, and organisations wherein combination of the data with digital maps creates meaning from information. Moreover, mobile and mapping technologies are being linked with social networks to create maps.


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