Main Topic: Interview with John O’Loughlin.Ã‚Â News: AmericaView Internships, Mapion, Intergraph SGI change of guard
The American Religious Experience at http://are.as.wvu.edu is an online journal which has been in publication for nearly a decade, which is edited by Briane Turley of WVU. In our continuing effort to support the folks we know, Mike Ferber (a fellow grad student) has recently published a review of Thomas Tweed’s newest book, Crossing and Dwelling: A Theory or Religion. Tweed is one of the first scholars of American religion to utilize a spatial model for interpreting religious diffusion and development in the U.S.
Main topic: Community GIS. News: Landsat 5 returns, Japanese RS Satellite, Great Wall mapping
Main Topic: Political Geography.Ã‚Â News: Stardust, New Horizons, and GeoEye.
Main Topic: Interview with Peter Morville. News: NGTOC update, Leica 9.0, Stardust project
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A VerySpatial Podcast half-year episode featuring interview with Peter Morville
Morgantown, WV, January 13, 2006 Ã¢â‚¬â€œ VerySpatial, LLC
VerySpatial, LLC is pleased to announce that we have reached the 26th episode of A VerySpatial Podcast, which features an interview with Peter Morville, noted author and information scientist. A VerySpatial Podcast premiered with its first episode on Geography and geospatial technologies in July 2005. The podcast is intended to be a weekly source of information that is supported by a blog accessible at http://veryspatial.com. A VerySpatial Podcast has continued to grow over the last half year and now reaches a global audience of listeners.
The featured guest for Episode 26, Peter Morville, is the author of Ambient Findability: What We Find Changes Who We Become (2005) and co-author of Information Architecture for the World Wide Web: Designing Large-scale Web Sites (2002) both from OÃ¢â‚¬â„¢Reilly Media, Inc.
The half-year anniversary episode is not the first interview with a prominent individual from the geospatial community as we have been joined in the past by Rick Lawson, of Environmental Systems Research Institute, Inc. and Dr. Tim Warner, a remote sensing specialist from West Virginia University. VerySpatial looks forward to continuing to provide news, discussion, and interviews on a wide range of topics related to Geography and geospatial technologies.
A VerySpatial Podcast is available for direct download from http://veryspatial.com/podcast.php and can be subscribed to through iTunes and other podcast aggregators. More information is available at http://veryspatial.com.
VerySpatial, LLC is committed to providing information on Geography and geospatial technologies through audio and web-based technologies. Formed in 2005, VerySpatial, LLC is located in Morgantown, WV.