A VerySpatial Podcast
Shownotes – Episode 233
January 4, 2010
Main Topic: Our highs and lows of the past decade
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- The Air Force Wants You to Stop Blaming GPS Satellites When You Get Lost
- Mapping Gravity
- National Geographic on hard drive…all of them
- —New and improved Google City Tours
- —Geospatial holograms
- Cartography 2.0
- This week we jump on the decade in review bandwagon and give our top geography and geospatial technology events and innovations of the past ten years, and some of our disappointments, too.
- Mission Explore
Sponsored by ITT Visual Information Solutions and their product ENVI EX
Tip of the Week
- 44th Annual Alaska Surveying and Mapping Conference: 22-26 February, Anchorage, Alaska
- Where 2.0: 30 March-1 April, San Jose – early registration by Feb 9
- AAG Annual Meeting: 14-18 April, Washington, DC
- PB Insights 2010: 12-14 May, Miami – Early registration by 12/31
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