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MSN Virtual Earth

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Microsoft’s Virtual Earth http://virtualearth.msn.com will begin its Beta on Monday. As according to the following blog it was up for a short while over the weekend, but is back down. So for those of you who hear me rambling on the podcast about this, it was being recorded during this sneak peek. Chandu Thota’s WebLog […]

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VerySpatial Podcast Promo

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We are approaching the inaugural episode of the VerySpatial Podcast. In order to get a little experience with the microphone we decided to make a promo for distribution prior to release. http://www.veryspatial.com/podcast/VerySpatial_Promo01.mp3

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Wikipedia entry – Virtual globe

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As with most of the things in the world, there are Wikipedia entries for many spatial subjects from tech to concepts. Here is our frst pointing out of something on Wikipedia…I am sure it will not be the last. This, of course, continues the general focus on all things virtual and globish that I have […]

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Google Moon – Lunar Landing Sites

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This is nicely tied to the upcoming moon rover that will be catching satellite imagery and elevations (along with other sensors) of the moon. I can’t wait to be able to play with lunar data 🙂 “In honor of the first manned Moon landing, which took place on July 20, 1969, we’ve added some NASA […]

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Article on WMS Integration With Google Maps

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As those of who are familiar with the the NationalMap know the front end can be a little slow at best. This GoogleMaps hack to include WMS shows that this front end could be greatly improved. Here is an article from Where 2.0 abouot integrating WMS into GoogleMaps … O’Reilly Radar > Where 2.0: First […]