Weblog on the Internet and public policy, journalism, virtual community, and more from David Brake, a Canadian academic, consultant and journalist
11 August 2008

Britain From Above seems to be more than usually focused on cross-platform consumption, divided into two minute chunks with pictures and extras online as well as being available on HDTV. Alas two minutes isn’t enough to really dig into any one item but some are interesting – I was intrigued by this glimpse of Lord Abercrombie’s well-meaning but disastrously ill-conceived vision for post-war London:

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  1. Thought I’d drop you a note to say thanks, as it’s through your blog that I found geourl.org – and I write an urban geography blog, so I’ll definitely be getting a post out of it. Now I’m working my way through your other sidebar links to see what other interesting utilities I can find, as your ultra-comprehensive list is really helpful for new(ish) bloggers. Trust an LSE-er to produce such rigorous content!

    (LSE Anthro ’07, as it happens)

    Comment by Jay — 13 August 2008 @ 10:37 pm

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