Welcome to Josephta.me, the personal website of, erm, Joseph Tame. I’m a Tokyo-based Brit orginally from Herefordshire, now living with my wife in Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo. I’m an independent digital media producer, consultant, inventor, entrepreneur, public performance artist and marathon runner. Sometimes I combine all of these into one.

12 Responses to “The Art of Running: Tokyo’s 21km (13 mile) Google+ Logo”

  1. [...] Big Google Plus Fan Google Plus, Interesting Add comments Jul 152011 Joseph Tame, a British born Tokyo resident has ran 21 Km in the streets of  Tokyo to map G+ logo. According to [...]

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  3. [...] Seems Japan is already in love with the new social platform. Haven’t seen anyone in love with anything to point where he would run around earth making its logo. He used runkeeper and two iPhones, one to see Google Earth and one to track his location. It’s a pretty creative idea, but one that requires a lot of effort. I know many that would rather make the G+ logo by putting cheeseburgers next to each other rather than walking 21 kilometres.[Source] [...]

  4. Lasse says:

    lol, but where is the +1 button?

  5. Kempton says:

    This is so cool. I ♥ G+ & Hangout. G+ has allowed me to have many meaningful engagement with people that I have never met in real life. I am happy to “meet” you here.
    P.S. I wish I am fit enough to run such a spectacular run in Calgary, Canada. Mind you, if I can get 20 people and the hardware to run together, I bet I can run one of the segment.
    Thanks for the inspiration.

  6. Edgard says:

    Pretty good pace too! Not bad at all :-)

  7. [...] Joseph Tame, maratoneta inglese in trasferta a Tokyo, ha pensato di utilizzare due iPhone (uno per Runkeeper e l’altro per Google Earth) per tracciare in modo inequivocabile la strada percorsa durante una maratona. [...]

  8. [...] 2. The Tech Runner – The Art of Running: Tokyo’s 21km (13 mile) Google+ Logo [...]

  9. [...] dans Tokyo, puisqu’il a déjà couru sur des parcours en forme d’éléphant ou encore en forme de Google+ entre autres [...]

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