Update: The winner of the GAW and VSTV anniversary contest was Dee! Thanks for entering and be sure to check back in December when we start our 2.5 year anniversary contest. The Geography Awareness Week contest is broken into 5 weeks. Each week we will post a question that must be answered in the online […]
The contest is now underway. Click through to answer the first week’s question for your chance to win. Good luck, and remember, all entries must be submitted by November 7, 2007.
We are kind of interested in who is visiting the blog and listening to the podcast and what your day-to-day consists of. To get at this bit of info we are asking “where do you sit?” on our new poll, meaning what industry do you call your home. I know that some of you straddle […]
to WordPress 2.3 with a little bit of grief (had to upgrade to MySQL 5 finally). Please let me know if you find anything that may have been broken in the upgrade.
Just before we spoke with Jack Dangermond at the SAG awards session at the ESRI UC, we got the chance to meet Dr. Roger Tomlinson, commonly referred to as the ‘father of GIS’. He was a good chat, and informed us that West Virginia played an early role in wine made in the US. Click […]
We are beginning to plan the third New Media panel for the upcoming AAG in Boston (in April). We have had great panels and very interested audiences (if not always the largest). I would like to include 2 or 3 geobloggers/podcasters who plan to attend AAG or live near Boston and we will try to […]
While I ordered an iPod Touch the day it was announced, I made a trip up to Pittsburgh this afternoon since they are hitting the Apple Stores before they ship from the online store. While I wouldn’t usually make the trip just for a new toy, I have been waiting for this toy for about […]
I am taking my procrastination from writing as a chance to get the site back up to date including our links page (finally got around to fixing what WP2.1 broke). If you aren’t on our links page or would like to be removed, please email us with the details (link, site name).
This relates to 2 things: 1) As we draw near the end of summer and the beginning of classes, it looks as if things are beginning to calm down in the VerySpatial-verse which means blog posts and podcast planning should be on the rise in a week or so (along with a rise in the […]
The great and powerful Dave pointed out a couple of oversights in the post for SE 23 (thanks Dave!). I misspelled Aileen Buckley’s name (apologies Aileen) and I completely forgot to post the second half of the interview which was a discussion with Craig Gilgrass about how folks are taking to some of the Geodatabase […]