This guy has been at the UC all three years we have been and he definitely falls under the term ‘unique’. This year he was back to this armored attire after last years kilt. I am not sure the video truly does him justice. A nod to Dave S for posting this video.
Frank and Jesse talk a bit about Monday’s Plenary and Map Gallery at the ESRI User Conference.
Final blog reminder that we will have our second annual AVSP Live! show at the ESRI User Conference TODAY, Tuesday, August 5th. We will be starting around 5:30 in Room 13 of the San Diego Convention Center. Room 13 is on the Mezzanine level which means if you come from the main hall through the
Plenary, plenary, plenary. Monday is the day where a good sized town sits down to hear about the current and future releases on ESRI products. This is what we thought stood out during the day. Click here to download the episode in MP3 format
Here are the afternoon notes. They’re not as extensive as the morning notes, but the highlights are here. Don’t forget to look for our wrap of ArcGIS Mobile. I just got it installed on my Mogul and I can’t wait to play with it. ===== What happens when you release 14,000 hungry geo-nerds on an
Here are my notes from the keynote this morning. It’s heavily weighted toward the desktop and server technologies. They’re unfiltered with quirky comments, so forgive the stream of conciousness (and any grammatical errors)! ==== Secretary of the Interior is talking about the joys of GIS. He got an award. Heâ€™s talking about how the government
This video highlights Sue’s and Barb’s thoughts on Saturday’s goings on at the Education User Conference.
Sue and Barb made some morning sessions at the EdUC, but I was about an hour late to the Remote Sensing Summit Keynote so I finished up this week’s episode. This afternoon however we decided to be tourists and headed over to the Air and Space Museum for Star Trek: The Exhibition. Fun fun fun
A VerySpatial Podcast Shownotes – Episode 159 August 03, 2008 Main Topic: ESRI Education UC Click to directly download MP3 Click to directly download AAC Click for the detailed shownotes
Day 1 of the EdUC is over, and we got a chance to hear a great keynote by Anne Knowles, as well as an interview with her this afternoon. She is very passionate about Historical GIS, and her talk had some excellent examples of projects from the new ESRI Press book Placing History, which she