The current issue of ArcNews has an article from AAG Executive Director, Doug Richardson, on an initiative to link Humanities and Geography. As you may have noted this is high on the to do list as part of our day job for Sue and I. We are in fact in the early stages (read that
Who knew avians could be so high tech? A new study of real-time air pollution is being undertaken using, of all things, pigeons. Little monitors are strapped to the backs of the pigeons and data is beamed back to Earth and published on the web in real time. Apparently the data will be available in
There are two bits of ArcGIS Server related information of note today. The first is that Jeremy, one of the key people behind Mapdex, is heading over to the core ArcGIS Server team…good luck Jeremy! The other news is James’ scoop on the new tiered structure for ArcGIS Server that will apparently provide a new
Glen recently suggested that there are no famous GIS bloggers. Well, my parents think I am quite famous…or is that infamous… OK, fine! but I have met someone famous (though they aren’t a blogger). ESRI or anyone else hiring bloggers.. come on man!