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Prince George startup wants to map Aboriginal oral history online

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A screenshot from the landsongs.com demo.

Geolocation and data storage may be the result of highly technical thinking. But for Will Cadell it's all about the stories. Now the Prince George based web developer has a new project aimed at bringing traditional stories into the digital age. He spoke with Betsy Trumpener.

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