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A VerySpatial Podcast – Episode 98

A VerySpatial Podcast
Shownotes – Episode 98
June 3, 2007

Main Topic:Interview with Paul Torrens of Arizona State University

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    Music
    This weeks podsafe music:
    “There You Are” by 3 Blind Mice

    News

    Web Corner

  • Spatial Thoughts a new geospatial podcast that focuses on India
  • Main topic

  • Interview with Paul Torrens of Arizona State University
  • Check out Paul’s webpage at geosimulation.
  • Events

    • The FRUGOS Unconference: 16 June, Boulder, CO (Front Range Users of Geospatial Open Source)
    • 7th International Conference on Military Geology and Geography: 18-21 June, Quebec City, Quebec
    • GI_FORUM: Symposium and Exhibit for Applied Geoinformatics: 3-6 July, Salzburg, Austria
    • RGS/IBG: 29-31 August, London, UK

    This week A Very Spatial Podcast is sponsored by ESRI.
    ArcGIS Explorer is now available for download from the ESRI Web site. ArcGIS Explorer is a free, lightweight application that offers an easy way to access online GIS content and capabilities. To learn more visit: www.esri.com/veryspatial

    3 thoughts on “A VerySpatial Podcast – Episode 98

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    2. I am busy with a course at Birkbeck, University of London and was thrilled to see the Paul Torrens interview. He is a leading thinker on Cellular Automata and our discussion group was really looking forward to the input. Unfortunately the sound quality was really bad. Is there a transcript of the interview available for download?

    3. It is true, the audio is difficult as there was unfortunately quite a bit of noise on Paul’s side when I went to edit the audio file. I will try to transcribe the interview in the next week or so and I will post a link once the interview is transcribed.

      We do hope to speak with Paul again in the future and we will verify the audio before we let him off the phone next time. I am 90% sure it was Skype’s fault, so blame it all on eBay 🙂

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