A VerySpatial Road Trip: A Brief Update

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We’re here in lovely St. Louis in the middle of day 2 of our VerySpatial Road trip.  Barb and I have been fortunate enough to have clear roads and (mostly) clear skies on the trip so far.  We’ve traveled from Morgantown WV to the New River Gorge, down to Bluefield WV, and back up to […]

The Driving Dutchman

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According to a discussion in my LinkdIn ESRI Network, The Driving Dutchman of Cyclomedia is on the last leg of his roadtrip across America to the San Diego ESRI UC. Their mission statement has a cool picture of their professional vehicle and a description of how they capture street imagery.  They are requesting drive bys […]

Maps

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Everyone has probably seen this via Google+, Twitter, or Facebook, but it is too good not to link.

The Most Popular Cars in Each State

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The cartography kinda sucks, but this map on Jalopnik.com is pretty cool.  It details the most popular new cars by state.  As you can see, most of the US is fond of their F-150’s.  Toyota is big in the South East.  Subaru has Washington state locked up (not a huge surprise there).  I was moderately […]

Airport GIS

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This July it is likely that more of the passengers arriving at San Diego International Airport  are asking themselves, “How geospatial is this airport?” than at any other time of year.  Many of the over 15,000 ESRI UC Conference attendees arrive through the airport. The answer is that San Diego’s airport is very spatial and so […]

A VerySpatial Road Trip: Our Own Oregon Trail

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We’re getting all the bits and pieces together for our VerySpatial Road Trip out west.  We’ll be taking a direct (ish) route out, stopping in the great states of Missouri, Kansas, Colorado, New Mexico, and finally to California.  Ok, so not Oregon and hopefully no dysentery 🙂  If you want to see the route, check […]

Cat Tracks

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The BBC News Science & Environment section has an article on “The Secret Life of the cat: What do our feline companions get up to?” with an interactive map of cats in a Surrey Village. It was created by BBC Two’s Horizon Program and researchers at the Royal Veterinary College. It is based on a […]