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Artists Nate Larson and Marni Shindelman take location data from Twitter tweets, go to the place where the tweet originated and photograph it, and then post photo and tweet together. It's a project called Geolocation and around this office anyway, we can't stop looking at these. Nate's a listener of the show and he got in touch with us to tell about this. Thanks, Nate!

You can find more of these photos here
. Below are a couple to get you started.

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