The following video appeared on YouTube in the wake of the earthquake this past weekend that occurred in California:
With the decreased cost and increased availability of video cameras this sort of video is not uncommon anymore when events happen.
What will be more important will be the ability to upload videos with geo location data similar to how geo location enabled Tweets are being monitored by TED. This is a topic we discussed briefly on our first podcast, and it is one that we expect to spend a lot of time on in 2010.
What use of geo location data do you see as being relevant to you in your work as a PIO?
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