Two new mainstream media audio programs leaped onto the scene today. OnPoint, an NPR program, hosted a program titled The Geospatial Web that covered the ubiquitousness of geospatial technologies, much of it mentioned on this weeks podcast and some that is planned for this weekends podcast when we look at Peter Morville’s Ambient Findability. BBC4′s
Susan Spano chronicles her visit to the UK’s Ordnance Survey facilities in this nice article from the LA Times online.
This is an interesting concept to keep an eye on. MapMe blends Skype and maps for a spatial address book and what they call a geographical caller ID. KhaosLabs | MapMe for Skype Via Digg