Smelly Maps Point Your Nose to Life’s Many Aromas
Kate McLean project uses local researchers and social media to create the first urban smell dictionary
There’s a data machine capable of analyzing over a trillion different pieces of information which can be used in any situation. What’s more, it’s completely free, you already own one and you’re using it right now. It may seem that your nose is just a convenient place to rest your glasses, but it’s actually a complex data detective which can discriminate between millions of types of smells.
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