A VerySpatial Podcast Shownotes – Episode 416 July 07, 2013 Main Topic: What to expect when you are thinking of grad school Click to directly download MP3 Click to directly download AAC Click for the detailed shownotes
We’re about to start the 2013 Live Blog for this year’s ESRI User’s Conference. Keep posted as I’ll make updates as long as the WiFi stays clean 🙂 This year I’m trying something new. I’m up in the Geolounge relaxing with a nice cup of coffee and my very own power outlet 🙂 T-33 minutes […]
One of the really interesting things about driving across the US is that distances seem to get longer when you go West. They’re not any longer, obviously, but there does seem to be more ‘openness’ between places. As a colleague of Frank’s said, “After Kansas City, there’s a whole lot of nothin”. Luckily, we found that axiom […]
Day 3 we started in St. Louis. The night before we found this great restaurant called Annie Gun’s through Yelp, a smart phone app that can find great food and accommodations along your way . Yelp can really knock it out of the park and has so far on this trip, not least is the example of Annie Gun’s. […]
Transportation is a huge part of the history and geography of the US. Trips like our own Road Trip have a long tradition in the US for both recreation and for commerce. None of that would be possible without the growth of the automobile.
Day 2 we hit some fantastic spots around St. Louis. Hit the link below to find out more!
We started off the day bright and early leaving Morgantown at 7am on our route south toward Bluefield, WV. We loaded down our car with lots of good treats, some spare undies, and lots of VerySpatial swag to hand out along the way. We gave our cats some last minute pats on the head, made […]
A VerySpatial Podcast Shownotes – Episode 415 June 30, 2013 Main Topic: Some early thoughts on 3D printing in geo Click to directly download MP3 Click to directly download AAC Click for the detailed shownotes
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 […]
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 […]