A VerySpatial Podcast Shownotes – Episode 202 May 31, 2009 Main Topic: Our conversation on neogeographers Click to directly download MP3 Click to directly download AAC Click for the detailed shownotes
We are all bouncing around between social media these days to keep up with friends, make new connections, and generally expand our personal network. VerySpatial has become a Twitter and Facebook house (office?), but we want to know what sites you prefer. As always, we are asking you for your favorite, and since some of
Sue spoke with Richard Peet at the AAG about the new journal Human Geography and its goal of supporting radical research. Click to download mp3 version Click to download aac version
My dissertation proposal defense is finally over and, since I passed, it’s time to get back to work and really get the functionality on the Spatial Experience Engine ramped up. During my presentation and in the Q-and-A with my committee afterward, I kept coming back to the issue of interaction in the virtual world. I’ve
For the last few years Wall Street Journal columnists Walt Mossberg and Kara Swisher have been putting on the D Conference. In past year impressive tech have been demonstrated and a few hardware and software announces have been made. If you are interested in finding out what your tech future may hold check out the
A VerySpatial Podcast Shownotes – Episode 201 May 25, 2009 Main Topic: Conversation with Ron Lake on GeoWeb 2009 Click to directly download MP3 Click to directly download AAC Click for the detailed shownotes
We recently spoke with Ann Johnson about the GeoTech Center and their current activities. Click to download mp3 version Click to download aac version
With the Sue and I traveling this weekend to look for housing in NC and with the holiday we are holding off episode 201 until Monday evening. This week’s interview is with Ron Lake about the upcoming GeoWeb Conference. Come back Monday for that and more.
Once again it’s time for the annual National Geographic Bee. Eric Yang has won this year’s contest with a perfect score. Pretty impressive! Congratulations to Eric and let’s hope he keeps his love of geography into his adulthood!
Engadget has a pretty cool article on Teleatla’s new “Advanced City Models”. This is a direct result of all the consolidation happening in the imagery market. A bit from TomTom, a bit from Navteq, mix liberally and you get these new 3D maps for end users to use in navigation and terrorism. Check out the