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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

Dance Your GIS

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Frank very jokingly sent me an io9 article on Science’s 2013 “Dance Your Ph.D.” Contest in which Ph.D’s, past or present, can win $500 for conveying their Ph.D concept through interpretive dance. The Grand Prize winner will present at the TEDxBrussels. I told him, the joke is on him, because the geospatial has always led […]