Jorge Cham has shared many tech (and academic) truths with us over the years, but this one speaks as much about our connected/cloud future as it does our past.
Are you currently employed in the field of GIS? Help contribute to GIS Lounge’s study about the state of GIS employment and the skills needed to succeed as a GIS professional. The results of the survey will be published in early 2012 on GISLounge.com. This is a great service to the community and the more
A VerySpatial Podcast Shownotes – Episode 333 December 04, 2011 Main Topic: Dawn Wright of Esri and Oregon State University Click to directly download MP3 Click to directly download AAC Click for the detailed shownotes
A VerySpatial Podcast Shownotes – Episode 332 November 27, 2011 Main Topic: Kinect and immersion Click to directly download MP3 Click to directly download AAC Click for the detailed shownotes
Thank You! Not much more to say since you guys are the reason that we keep doing the podcast year after year. We also want to thank our blog contributors who joined us this year. Thanks Jeff, Jim, and Barbaree. Of course, our sponsors help us get to some great places to talk to folks
A follow-up discussion on certification with Jeff Dunn. Click to directly download MP3 Click to directly download AAC
On Tuesday Sue and I sat down for our first distance presentation. Our audience were faculty and students at the University of Szeged in Hungary where a friend/colleague of ours is spending time as part of a Fulbright. Since we were on Skype and in front of mics anyway I recorded the presentation to share.
Each year as the holidays approach (and yes I include GAW in that list of holidays) we try to reach out to a vendor who carries Geographic or cartographic items to see if they would be willing to cut you guys a break/provide a discount in exchange for some free ad space on VerySpatial. This
Ladies and gents, we are firmly into Geography Awareness Week 2011 (#gaw2011) and events they are a-happenin’ from your local classrooms to the social media circuses. If you haven’t checked out the usual suspects you should head over (in no particular order) to: GeographyAwarenessWeek On Facebook Mission:Explore MyWonderfulWorld Blog Geography@About.com to name just a few