A VerySpatial Podcast
Shownotes – Episode 224
November 1, 2009
Main Topic: Our conversation on some of the debates over GIS and its future
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- NASA launches Ares 1-X rocket
- Chinese mapping Antarctica?
- AmericaView Geospatial Imagery Mapping Program Act
- —Google’s Android 2.0 adds turn-by-turn navigation and a car dock UI – shakes up sat-nav market
- —MapQuest updates
- —GeoServer 2.0
- GeoPublisher and Atlas Viewer
- This week we talk about some aspects of the most recent debate on GIS and its future (to follow some of this latest round of debate, see this post at GeoMusings), including the issue of whether or not GIS should be integrated into a general IT framework
- Wiimote WhiteBoard HowTo – Wiimote Whiteboard HowTo
- Johnny Lee Projects – Wii – Johnny Lee Projects
Tip of the Week
- URISA Leadership Academy: 7-11 December, Seattle, Wash.
- From Space to Place: The spatial Dimension in the History of Western Europe: 16-17 April, London
- Islands 2010: First International Conference on Island Sustainability: 19-21 April, Brac Island, Croatia
- Game Education Summit Europe: 22-23 June, Copenhagen, Denmark
This week A Very Spatial Podcast is sponsored by ESRI.
Mapping for Everyone is a new ESRI Web site that gives people easy, step-by-step instructions to start making maps for free. The Web site provides tools to help you share your map with others, including an interactive map and access to spatial data and free web mapping APIs. To learn more or get started, visit www.esri.com/mapping.