I believe this question mirrors most everyone’s sentiments. Techdirt:Who Knew Online Maps Would Be Such A Big Deal?
1 part Google Maps, 1 part MSN Virtual Earth, and a heaping helping of Flash. This is a great front end for all the data available through these new sites. Neave Lab Ã¢â‚¬Âº Flash Earth
We have some fine products sporting the VerySpatial logo and our new catch phrase, “Geography…In Stereo”. Use the link to the right to check out the products. We are especially happy with the square tile. We will say more on this weekends podcast if we have received the shirt and tile that were ordered. All
As you may have noticed I have added a few pages to the site. There are now links to the podcast, columns, and links pages, as well as link to the right that will map that last 20 URL locations (I think). The podcast page has links to the podcast files for direct download, blurbs
VerySpatial Podcast Shownotes – Episode 04 August 14, 2005 Main Topic: A brief overview of what Geographers do. Click for the detailed shownotes
Always new ways to use aerial imagery. Terraserver Mural – The Design Weblog – design.weblogsinc.com _
Main topic is a brief overview of what Geographer’s do.
Another hack found over at digg.com. It covers a limited number of cities but is a great idea… Cheap Gas
This tool allows you to build custom Google Maps apps without knowing the intricacies of the Google Maps API. I didn’t test it, but the concept is great. ZeeMaps
An interesting article on linking CCTV and 3D environments to support situational awareness. BBC NEWS | Technology | CCTV video mixes maps and images