The Web 2.0 Innovation Map is a Google Maps mashup that shows a geographic location for many of the most well-known Web 2.0 applications, including Wikipedia, WordPress, MySpace, Friendster, Flickr, Yahoo!Maps, and Google itself. So, now you can use a Web 2.0 application to learn about other Web 2.0 applications. Via Digg.com
I’ve mentioned on the podcast my interest in virtual worlds and gaming worlds in particular.Ã‚Â Here’s a google map that details the World of Warcraft atlas.Ã‚Â They’ve actually attributed the map pretty well and the ‘arial photography’ is pretty decent!
For some reason we never got around to blogging this…ESRI has split its podcast offerings into two sections: Instructional and Speaker.Ã‚Â The instructional series is devoted to short overviews of specific topics while the speaker series higlights presentations from past conferences.Ã‚Â We have had both up on the Links page for a while, I just
Engadget points out a money making venture that they feel in perfect for geocachers…I think that we (geospatial professionals) are just as well suited (if not better) for the task. Space Data Corp utilizes balloon-based cellular systems to get signals out to the boonies. The balloons are at an altitude of between 80-100k feet, but
This seems like it could be a very useful tool for those of us who utilize spatial multimedia/Multimedia GIS in their research. This would be great, for instance, if you were using a tablet to capture oral histories or community comments so that you can attach comments to the places they are describing. The simple