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    Most people when they here Dharavi, Mumbai, Indian think of Slumdog Millionaire. The reason why they think of Slumdog is the fact that it just came out a few years ago. In the movie it depicts Dharavi as one of the poorest slum in the world. After further research Dharavi is not poor at all, which I will explain later on. As for my other city I choose Rocinha, Rio de Janeiro since they are hosting the World Cup this summer and they are hosting the 2016 Summer Olympic too. Dharavi is more in the

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    familiarizing yourself with the map of your travel destination and studying the transportation system or outlay of your destination. This familiarization tour will not only help you learn how to retrace your steps, it will save you the unending hassle of asking for directions and save you money. Travel Guide When traveling to a cosmopolitan city like London, booking a conveniently located hotel can help you pinpoint various places of interest or landmarks. Street maps for places like cities are easily

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    on public transport in Adelaide, and is used to organise travel routes via bus, train and tram. Adelaide Metro’s travel routes are now shown as alternative means of travel to walking and driving by Google Maps, the most widely used online map website with 250 million users on smartphones alone (Google Enterprise, 2014). Understanding how to read the timetables is the only knowledge required before using the website. Adelaide Metro aims their online resources at teenagers more than adults because

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    10 Important Factors of Google's Local Search Algorithm Different factors affect rankings on Google Maps. Based on my experiences with local costumers here are the top 10 most essential things to consider for your business. 1. Your business address. Your business location is important, if you want to get a rank for a certain city. A friend of mine ranks high on "richlandwa real estate" because that's where her address is, she is nowhere to be found for "Kennewick" or "Pasco" (the other major

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    On the 12th-14th of May, first year students of the UTS Design faculty stayed on Cockatoo Island to do field work in groups. Our assignment was to create three maps of specific features of the island in a non literal way. The brief was very open which was both easy because we did not have to follow rules, yet difficult because it was too broad. My group consisted of five members decided two weeks before the camp, Rosie and Eliza from interior design, Roy from industrial design, Yael from fashion

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    Face-to-face In this article “Someone to Watch Over Me (on a Google Map),” Theodora Stites claims she prefers online communication rather than face-to-face meetings. Theodara Sities is a twenty-four year old who has a decent job in market research, has good friends, but like many in this generation spend most of her time surfing the web. According to Sities, “I consistently trade actual human contact for the more relaible emotional high of smiles on MySpace, winks on Match.com and pokes on facebook

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    In today, we can see video in yutube, we can search way to go somewhere by using google map, and also we can send a mail by g-mail in our smart phone. What’s common thing in those things? Yes, they are related to google, the one of the most famous search engine in the world.There are many other things that google can provide with to us. How can google provide such many things? The answer is bigdata. Google have so much data because they are one of the most famous search engine. And they also have

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    Ball Aerospace and Technologies Corporation is a leading provider of Aerospace hardware. They specialize in the design and development in imaging and precision attitude control. Ball Aerospace and DigitalGlobe have been working together since the mid 90’s and Ball has been a key partner in meeting the increased demand for earth imaging and enhancing the geospatial information market. With the success of QuickBird, which was launched in 2001, images as small as 2 feet can be identified. Because

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    Jennings offered that same behind the scenes look into the world of geography buffs and map geeks alike. In a world where geography only makes the headlines or points of coffee house discussion if a new study is released about how terrible students are at it, however, amazingly there ARE still students and people alike that simply love it and are thriving in their point of interest. Some stare at maps endlessly searching for things that most people would never even care to look at such as

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    spatial analysis. In the 1800s a physician named John Snow used epidemiology, along with topography, the study of surface and shape features of the earth, and cartography, the practice of map-making in his research. Leading with epidemiology, Snow was able to discover a bacterial outbreak in London and created a map showing the epidemic (Geographic Information Systems, Wiki). The use of these spatial analysis techniques led to photozincography, which is a method that reproduces mapped images that could

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