Category Archives: dissemination

Why did Bomb Sight go viral?

On Monday, the Bomb Sight team had a debrief and a very large cup of coffee each. We took the opportunity to discuss why we thought the project went viral with the help of different social media, our official press … Continue reading

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On scaling from 40 visitors a day to 6 every second

When we launched the Bomb Sight website at the end of November, none of the project team had imagined quite how much interest there would be in the project. We were pleased when we saw some people starting to tweet about … Continue reading

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Bomb Sight is Live

Start discovering London’s wartime past today on our website ( and  our mobile app which is coming very soon). The Bomb Sight project is mapping the London WW2 bomb census between 7/10/1940 and 06/06/1941. Previously available only by viewing in … Continue reading

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Announcing Bomb Sight

Watch this space….Coming Soon http://bombsight.org/ https://twitter.com/BombSightUK

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Bomb Sight: Naming and Branding our Web and Mobile App

For the last two-three weeks we have been trying to find a suitable name and identity for the interactive website and mobile mapping app with Augmented Reality functionality. There are two key outputs from the project. The four core members … Continue reading

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Presentation to JISC GeoCultures Event, Localising Wartime Past: London’s Blitz

For those of you that missed the event a few weeks ago – here  is an introduction to the project that I presented at the JISC Geco Geocultures event in the beginning of March 2012. Localising Wartime Past: London’s Blitz … Continue reading

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Review of Geocultures event – Geospatial in heritage domain

Some great projects presented their work yesterday at the JISC GECO geocultures event which explored the exploitation of through geographical approaches and the types of tools and techniques that can be used with geo-referenced/geotagged content. Here is a brief summary … Continue reading

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