The Big Think channel on YouTube (and of course connected to the Big Think website) highlights ideas from a range of individuals on a number of topics…as would be expected from a channel with the name. This video is one of a group that focus on how individuals perceive how Geography shaped them.
A VerySpatial Podcast Shownotes – Episode 352 April 17, 2012 Tech Conferences…a valuable experience? Click to directly download MP3 Click to directly download AAC Click for the detailed shownotes
Threadless generally has a great bunch of art to wear and here are a few of the recent geo options.
In observation of Dr Seuss’s birthday, here is a fun reading of Tish Rabe’s Cat in a Hat story “There’s a Map on My Lap!: All About Maps (Cat in the Hat’s Learning Library)” which I clearly need to add to my shelf (and as a standard reading for my intro classes).
via Got Geoint blog
Neil deGrasse Tyson was recently on The Daily Show and he backed Sue’s excitement about space (not to be confused with space) and the importance of a sense of exploration on the cultural trend toward STEM education. All and all, it is just an awesome interview/dialogue. The Daily Show with Jon StewartGet More: Daily Show
A VerySpatial Podcast Shownotes – Episode 345 February 26, 2012 Our conversation with Nate Jennings about A Python Primer for ArcGIS® Click to directly download MP3 Click to directly download AAC Click for the detailed shownotes
Sorry folks. The AAG activity has pushed back the release of episode 345 to at least Monday.
A conversation with Torsten Wißmann of the Frontline podcast over at Geografree.com. We talk about Geography in Germany and how awesome podcasting about Geography is. Click to directly download MP3 Click to directly download AAC
The folks over at Engaging Cities are offering up a free registration to this year’s Where Conference. The catch? They want to hear how you have used GIS or LBS to engage citizens. From their post: Have you been involved with a project that utilized GIS or location-based services to engage citizens? We want to