Society and Technology

Invisibly Aligned

Technology is constantly running in the background. Undoubtedly, it has solved more problems than we know. These are the stories of how geospatial tech unexpectedly affects our lives.


Our Philosophy

Understanding societal values in technology design is critical for its success and intended use, though more often than not there are unintended consequences. The intersection of society and technology and its accidental uses provide interesting and compelling stories of how tech unexpectedly affects our lives.
Episode 11 – Fossil Hunting 900 450 Nowhere Podcast

Episode 11 – Fossil Hunting

We’ve got three guests in today’s episode: Dr. Caleb Brown, Curator of Dinosaur Systematics & Evolution at the Royal Tyrrell Museum; Dr. Derek Peddle, Professor of Geography at The University of Lethbridge; and Sean Herridge-Berry, a master’s student at the University of Lethbridge, join us to discuss how modern technology is being used to explore ancient fossil beds.

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Episode 10 with Travis Riedlhuber 900 450 Nowhere Podcast

Episode 10 with Travis Riedlhuber

Travis Riedlhuber is joining us for this episode. He is the managing director of RainBarrel, an Edmonton-based company that uses geospatial data to help advertisers deliver their message to the right people.

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Episode 09 with James Floyer 900 450 Nowhere Podcast

Episode 09 with James Floyer

James Floyer, the Program Director and Senior Avalanche Forecaster of Avalanche Canada, joins us for this episode. Avalanche Canada is a non-government non-profit that focuses on avalanche safety for individuals in the backcountry.

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