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. . . or something. Not content with merely tracking one’s every day movements on the surface of the planet, Jeremy Wood has gone ahead to spell out messages using GPS tracks or draw interesting patterns or shapes. Even cutting the grass can be tracked, of course, using a GPS receiver and the result clearly helps the ground maintenance person in determining missed spots. Jeremy Wood’s work has been featured in Elsewhere: Mapping (review coming soon) and will be at a festival of music and multimedia in June in Barcelona called SONAR.

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