Head over to engadget to see how your canine friend can have better gadgets than you!
The deadline for abstract submission for the 2006 ESRI International User Conference has been extended to January 6, 2006. For more information, see the conference webpage.
Glenn Latham has offered up a good write up of the intent of the MapServer Foundation that is a good perspective of the initial direction of the foundation at GISuser.com GIS, GPS, LBS, CAD, mapping news, jobs, software, data, community
AAA (American Automobile Association) will be sponsoring the 4th annual AAA Travel High School Challenge, a 3-part geography competition that kicks off with a 40-question online contest from January 9-17, 2006. The top 5 scorers in each of the 50 states and DC will compete in state finals, with those winners receiving a paid trip to Orlando, FL to compete in the finals in May 2006. The challenge is open to all US students in grades 9-12, and is offering more than $100,000 in scholarships and prizes across the whole competition.
For information, check out the AAA website
So if you want to get the scoop on recent UFO sightings, check out ufomaps.comwhich offers summaries of UFO sightings reported to the National UFO Reporting Center (NUFORC). Turns out there was a UFO sighting right here in Morgantown on Nov. 4th, and I missed it! The sightings are mapped in both Google Maps and MSN Virtual Earth, and cover the continental US.