Usted habla espanol? … dos

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I came across another spanish speaking geospatial blog that is interesting.  Their description suggests they focus on Virtual Earth and Google Local, but they have some good links to interesting sites that haven’t made the rounds in most of the english speaking blogs (I will be changing that in the next couple of days 🙂 […]

Peter Morville on “Spatiosemantic”

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Peter Morville, our guest on this week’s episode, maintains his own blog, Findability.org, where he discusses the ideas behind the technologies that are making findability an increasingly important part of our digital lifestyles. In a post yesterday (where he also gave us a nod!), he coins the term ‘spatiosemantic’ and defines it as “a mashup […]

Usted habla espanol?

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If so you may be interested in the spanish speaking blog La Cartoteca. From the entries that I have ‘read’ (my spanish teacher would be sad) so far La Cartoteca seems to focus on cartography with some general geography and miscellaneous content for good measure. Alejandro Polanco Masa, the blog author also has another interesting […]

Updated links – did I miss your blog?

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I have spent the evening re-merging the links page and blogs&podcast page into links which will keep me a little less confused and make it more likely for me to update the list more than once evey three months.  That said, I used Planet Geospatial to pick up the few I didn’t already have in […]

HopStop.com

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HopStop.com is a city transit guide site that features maps and directions from place to place using public transit, or a combination of public transit and walking. In addition, the site adds in a feature that we’re going to be seeing more and more of: local ads tailored to your route. It’s like Google’s Transit […]

Stardust capsule lands safely

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Early this morning, NASA’s Stardust capsule containing samples of comet dust successfully landed in the Utah desert. There are links and information on all the major media outlets, but it is exciting news and all of you who signed up to be volunteer analysts will now have plenty to analyze! Via CNN.com

Press Release – January 13, 2006

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PRESS ANNOUNCEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE For information about this announcement, contact: Jesse Rouse VerySpatial, LLC tel: +1-304-756-8125 podcast@veryspatial.com A VerySpatial Podcast half-year episode featuring interview with Peter Morville Morgantown, WV, January 13, 2006 – VerySpatial, LLC VerySpatial, LLC is pleased to announce that we have reached the 26th episode of A VerySpatial Podcast, which features […]