Events

QGIS Community – Interview with Tim Baggett

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Tim Sutton, a QGIS developer, pointed out their recent interview with Tim Baggett who helped design an OpenSource based system to track ballons for the Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta. Check out this informative interview at QGIS Community – Interview with Tim Baggett

Events

GAW wrap up

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Well, today is the last day of Geography Awareness Week. I just wanted to offer up a couple of links for you to check out to see what happened this week. The first is GISDay.com which gives links to overviews of this years events. The other is the National Geographic Geography Awareness Week website. Check […]

Cartography

GAW Day 4: Cartography

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So far this week we have talked about the main areas of consideration in Geography (physical and human) and the modern technologies that underpin them (GIS Day). Today we look at perhaps the oldest portion of geography, cartography. While not all cartographers are geographers, nor are all geographers cartographers, there is a deep symbiotic relationship […]

VirtualEnvironments

Google Middle Earth

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Beginning our cartography focus for the day…From the Shire to Mordor, you can find your way and get to know the landscape with the new Google Middle Earth. Includes a multimedia laden route showing the path of the fellowship. The Toque – Canadian Humour, Parody, & Satire – Google Introduces Google Middle Earth Via OgleEarth […]