I am thinking about putting together a series of 5 minute howto videocasts for beginners. These would be screen grabs and voice overs of common computer related activities in Geography such as GIS, RS, stats, and some scripting and entry level programming that could help steer folks in the right direction. What I would like […]
By: Jesse, November 14, 2005 With only a few days left before the release of the 4th movie in the Harry Potter series, The Goblet of Fire, I thought it might be time to follow in Mapz‘s lead and look at how an item from the magical world compares to our muggle technology. The Marauder’s […]
This is the first of 2-3 columns I am going to write on how we put the podcast together. The column is primarily on the more technical aspects (equipment & software) where as the next one I will write more about the scripting that we should do for the podcast and some of the postproduction […]
Frank has provided us with our second column entitled “One Map to Rule Them AllÃ¢â‚¬Â¦”, his views on the background of webmaps.
By: Frank, September 17, 2005 Maps are cool. Geographers have known this for years. The rest of the world is just figuring this out. Stuff has a spatial relationship to other stuff and we can easily show what it is Ã¢â‚¬â€œ with a map! Luckily there has been an explosion in online map making tools […]
By: Jesse, August 19, 2005 This is the first installment of The VerySpatial Classroom, a column on VerySpatial.com intended to provide information on, and answer questions regarding, Geography and geospatial technologies. While the main goal of the VerySpatial Classroom is to support the Classroom Podcast Episodes that are coming in the future, we will also […]
Edward Mac Gillavry, over at webmapper.net, has a review of Mapping Hacks. I haven’t read it since I still haven’t finished going through it to write my own review. I tell ya, working on that pesky dissertation just keeps getting in the way. 🙂 Head over to the review to find out about it well […]
Our first column, an introduction to our VerySpatial Classroom column, is now up. This column will probably be a monthly posting for the foreseeable future and it should be joined next weekend by our second column. This month we begin by pointing out that behind all of the geospatial technologies that are drawing interest lies […]