BT Trackit

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British Telecomm wants to make sure your car doesn’t drive away without you…if you live in the UK. To this end they offer the BT Trackit system which, once installed, checks for a signal from an emitter you carry on you. If you and your signal are present, off you go. If your signal is […]

SkyTruth

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Tim Warner mentioned this non-profit organization on this weeks episode and it looks quite exciting. In their own words, “SkyTruth promotes environmental awareness and protection with remote sensing and digital mapping technology.” They support environmental advocates, local planners and others through their remote sensing activities and have been doing so since 2002. To learn more […]

EPBG Specialty Group blog

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The AAG is filled with specialty groups that focus on most any major topic in Geography. I had a blog up for the Graduate Student Affinity Group for a while, but then there was the server crash and the laziness, you get the idea. The Environmental Perception and Behavioral Geography Specialty Group of the AAG […]

New Orleans to get free city-wide WiFi – Engadget

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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