As things move forward in the Gulf Coast region the city of New Orleans plans to provide WiFi in portions of the city for residents and businesses in an attempt to support economic growth until the city is back on its feet. New Orleans to get free city-wide WiFi – Engadget – www.engadget.com
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A VerySpatial Podcast Shownotes – Episode 19 November 27, 2005 Main Topic: Comparing GIS analysis and web mapping Click to directly download Episode 19 Click for the detailed shownotes
Main Topic: Comparing GIS analysis and web mapping. News: Lunar World Wind, Froogle with Google Maps.
Just a quick reminder that our first drawing will take place at the end of this week and will be announced on Episode 20 of avsp to be released December 4. We have added the option to scan and email your entry to make sure it arrives in time for the drawing, though you must […]
If only we had four whole days of relaxation, that has to wait for about a month. The triptophan has worn off and traveling is finished and it is still Friday here. I have spent the last two days reading Krygier and Wood’s Making Maps, and I hope to have a review up sometime this […]
Happy Thanksgiving. Enjoy your day off and eat some more 🙂
I know that someone has already blogged this, but I can’t remember who…Either way, Mappr from Stamen Design offers up a flickr/map mashup. They tout themselves as “an interactive environment for exploring place, based on the photos people take.” I would argue they are exploring space, but that isn’t really the point. There are actually […]
Where It’s At… Newsletter & Podcast is a great new podcast that is being produced down under. Their first podcast includes a couple of interviews including one with Michael Goodchild. The hosts and podcast (and related newsletter) are related to the Spatial Science Institute. I am excited to see how the podcast grows. Go to […]
Another GIS blog has found its way into my RSS aggregator: Geographic Information Systems (GIS) GeoBlog. This blog does a great job of the 2 things I think blogs are supposed to do: point to resources that you think are useful to others (yeah, he mentioned us today 🙂 ), and dole out a little […]