Thanks to Jon's work on TransformLab, today I came across the great TimeMapper tool developed by the Open Knowledge Foundation Labs.
It allows you to create simple timeline visualizations of information that spans different geographic locations from a Google Spreadsheet.
Bembo Davies, an unMonasterian conspicuously still absent from Discourse, keeps hinting at his lengthy documentation traversing the time since the unMonastery Matera prototype closed, as the wandering and connection of all those involved continues. In this period of deMonastery - that is, decentralized and distributed unMonastery activities - we've met for several events: transmediale 2015 in Berlin and the BIOS Sprint in Nottingham with NearNow. A group in Patissia, a neighborhood to the north in Athens, Greece, gathers in an apartment there. Also our individual - yet inextricably collective fates - have lead us to Istanbul, Vienna, London, and more.
How to keep track of the unWanderings? They necessitate both a historical eye and a desire for public accessibility. How about we try TimeMapper as a first step to collecting the history and scribing the future? It's open source, so we could expand it to a manner more fitted for our psychogeographical leanings.
There are probably more tools, too, if we need them. Some might say we need less.