GeographyBlogs

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 […]

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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

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Reminder: avsp Drawing ends today

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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 […]

WebMapping

Mappr! Where It’s At.

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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 […]

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Where It’s At… Newsletter & Podcast

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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 […]