An article on web mapping’s significance in the future of the web over at Forbes.com. Mapping The Web’s Future – Forbes.com Via Google Maps Mania
Top spot or not is a site where you can vote on thousands of locations throughout the world. As usual, it uses Google Maps to display the locations. Check it out at Top Spot or not / Hands of Victory. Via Digg
This is an image map of Lunar photographs. It is broken into sections so that you can zoom in to few more detail of different portions of the moon. Check it out at The Full Moon Atlas Via The Map Room
VerySpatial Podcast Shownotes – Episode 09 September 18, 2005 Main Topic: Geographic Information. Click for the detailed shownotes
I have read about it everywhere, I mentioned in the podcast, now it is time to blog it. Google Earth has included layers pointing to National Geographic information, primarily multimedia. Another reason to while away time playing with Google Earth. Via Download Squad among others
Main Topic: Geographic Infomation. News: Microsoft PDC, National Geographic and Google Earth, and USGS NGOTC.
During one of my “brain hurts” breaks tonight I came across this site. I came in originally through their map builder, which lets you create a map that shows the states you have visited. However, on closer inspection it is quite an interesting concept, kind of a travel guide wiki. The front page prompts you […]
While the podcast has been recorded, I am writing today and won’t get a chance to put the pieces together and post it until late tonight or Monday morning. Apologies for the delay.
Frank has provided us with our second column entitled “One Map to Rule Them AllÃ¢â‚¬Â¦”, his views on the background of webmaps.
By: Frank, September 17, 2005 Maps are cool. Geographers have known this for years. The rest of the world is just figuring this out. Stuff has a spatial relationship to other stuff and we can easily show what it is Ã¢â‚¬â€œ with a map! Luckily there has been an explosion in online map making tools […]