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Nicole Martinelli is a tech journalist turned community organizer because she needed a map to navigate earthquake-prone San Francisco, California. She founded Resiliency Maps and now spends time making maps for community responders on that cutting-edge medium, paper. Nicole was interviewed for GeoHipster by Mike Dolbow. Q: You and I met at State of the … Continue reading Nicole Martinelli to GeoHipster: “The map you need but don’t have is the most compelling.”
Q: Tell us a little about your background. What kinds of things did you work on before your current role? A: I wanted to be a diplomat or ambassador, travel the world, so I majored in International Relations with a concentration in Peace and Security (what does that mean? I honestly couldn’t tell you anymore). … Continue reading Emily Jirles: “Embrace failure, and with time, persistence, and humility you’ll eventually grow gills”
Belle Tissott is an Assistant Director of Product Development at Digital Earth Australia, where she works to develop new methods to process and analyse satellite imagery in order to map and better understand Australia’s land and water. She is a programmer and mathematician, with a strong drive to do what she can to make a … Continue reading Belle Tissott to GeoHipster: Data Science and Teenage Bird Angst
Hello GeoHipster fans! It’s Mike D. here, checking in from Minnesota. Whether it’s hot or cold here, I like to think of this photo Jason Benedict shared with us via Twitter! I’m always excited to see our stickers making their way around the world. But enough about the weather! In case you missed it in … Continue reading Welcome to our new site…