After my comments on patents recently I was gleeful to hear the gents at TWiT echo my feelings on the ambiguity and overlap of patents. It was around the 22 minute mark in Episode 29.
I am not entirely sure it was actually corrupt, but the current version is good.
I uploaded the podcast before I left, and just downloaded it to make sure it was ok…it is not. We will try to get an uncorrupted version up as soon as possible. Until then I will try to break the link so that folks don’t keep downloading the bad file.
A VerySpatial Podcast Shownotes – Episode 16 November 6, 2005 Main Topic: Community Mapping Click to directly download Episode 16 Click for the detailed shownotes
Main Topic: Community Mapping. News: HyperMaps Atlas, iSpot at MIT, Yahoo! Maps beta, GeoMedia to include 3D
I leave this morning for SLC for the ASA-SSSA-CSSA (just think soils) conference (sitting in the Pittsburgh airport already). I will attempt to do a wrap up each day and if I can bring myself to interview folks I may put up podcast SE03 Wednesday or Thursday. Since I am sure you are all rushing […]
For a while now we have been taking advantage of gVisit to get an idea of where folks are visiting from (around the world) though I seem to have lost the link at some point, which I will have to remedy. Now we want you to step into the fray and help us follow through […]
Ed Parsons and crew have made a four podcast series available from the TerraFutures event the Ordnance Survey hosted. edparsons.com Ã‚Â» Blog Archive Ã‚Â» Podcasts now all on iTunes edparsons.com Ã‚Â» Blog Archive Ã‚Â» Terrafuture podcasts – direct links
I have to admit that I haven’t been paying a lot of attention to Yahoo! Maps lately but I don’t know when it went to Flash. Either way it looks nice. I have never been a great proponent for Flash maps, just because I wasn’t happy with the early interfaces, but the newer ones, such […]
As mentioned over at the Map Room, the movie pages for the upcoming The Lion, the Witch, and The Wardrobe feature a map based on the great land of Narnia. Very similar to the maps of Middle Earth and other fictional worlds. A nice flash interface guides you to some of the locations of interest. […]