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12 Jan, 10 tweets, 4 min read
gps metadata of 68k videos uploaded to parler Heatmap of the lower 48 sta...
some parler users uploaded videos from US military bases. and one near the googleplex. Map of Guam showing a singl...Map of Honolulu showing a s...Map of Yokosuka showing a s...Map of the South Bay, San F...
here is the csv data and the process behind creating this heatmap of parler video GPS locations…
here is an interactive map for all the geocoded parler videos. you can look into specific cities and countries, and check timestamps and video ids
a short tutorial on how to view the remaining parler videos by editing your DNS records. many have been made inaccessible, but some are still available…
you can see people moving from the white house (bottom) to the capitol (top), if you plot the video metadata with time on the x axis and longitude on the y axis. it looks like almost every second is covered from at least one angle. Image
1200+ videos uploaded to parler in the DC area on 1/6 Grid of around 35x35 images...
wasn’t glenn the guy on backup vocals for poitras and snowden? really taking a new direction for his sophomore album.
there are around 14,000 parler videos that include personal computer usernames in the video metadata. these videos are typically edited with adobe products. (i replaced identifiable names with asterisks.) List of thirty plus compute...

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13 Nov 18
at the “facial machines” seminar in aarhus, denmark for two days. i’ll be tracking some of the presentations in this thread.
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