8320 Ponce Avenue pic.twitter.com/c23uZV8O6h— every lot la (@everylotla) February 13, 2016
Eventually, every parcel in Los Angeles and a photo of it is going to be on Twitter. A new bot is Tweeting an image of every LA lot, in tax ID order, according to the bot's Twitter profile. The bot's creator, Neil Freeman, explains in an email to Curbed how it works. "Each bot takes official city parcel data and mashes it up with Google Streetview to provide a one-at-a-time portrait of a city." The project is intended to function as a "commentary on different methods of understanding cities." Because the images all come from Streeview, sometimes the houses are totally obscured by large trees, but the feed is still fun, offering a tour of the city from an unusual perspective and in a methodical order that most people probably don't use to explore neighborhoods.
8520 Faust Avenue pic.twitter.com/UNdRVPVm5V— every lot la (@everylotla) February 16, 2016
8441 Sale Avenue pic.twitter.com/Gba2jFJfH9— every lot la (@everylotla) February 16, 2016
22522 Malden Street pic.twitter.com/FUHsaOEPys— every lot la (@everylotla) February 16, 2016
8401 Capistrano Avenue pic.twitter.com/kStFSR4n5Y— every lot la (@everylotla) February 16, 2016
8315 Capistrano Avenue pic.twitter.com/1L08AKfoGK— every lot la (@everylotla) February 14, 2016
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