Here’s an interesting article about the effects of sleep deprivation. The interesting note is that sleep deprivation appears to most aversely affect spatial learning and spatial tasks! So if you’re having trouble with any of your GIS projects, maybe you need more sleep….? The full article.
on Sunday at approximately 1:56am Pacific Standard Time, the Stardust capsule will be re-entering the Earth’s atmosphere on its way back from space with its precious load of comet dust collected from the comet Wild 2. Researchers need volunteers to observe the Stardust capsule’s re-entry (although obviously you would be to be in the western […]
According to an article in yesterday’s Rocky Mountain News, 2006 is going to be a year of change for the US commercial remote sensing imagery, as new high-resolution satellite are launched to meet the needs of both government and, increasingly, private customers. In addition, Orbimage’s $58.5 million purchase of Space Imaging, Inc. may have an […]
I know I mentioned this the other day, but I have been busy working on a file server in Sue’s lab so that they can get to their data and haven’t had a chance to find anything else to blog. I received my hard copy today so I thought I might share an image of […]
One of our listeners, Michelle, emailed us with a link to an article in the Sioux Falls, SD Argus Leader online newspaper, which states that an announcement was made quietly just before Christmas that there will be a new satellite, hopefully launching in 2010, to continue the Landsat mission. The article only provides a few […]
A VerySpatial Podcast Shownotes – Episode 25 January 8, 2006 Main Topic: Importance of Professional Organization and Conferences Click to directly download Episode 25 Click for the detailed shownotes
Main Topic: Importance of Professional Organizations. News: CES, OGC WPS, Landsat.
More tidbits from the folks at Engadget and Gizmodo Google Local Mobile Drive Sync allows you to record your cars movements JVC eAvinu Day 2 seemed a little quieter, today is the last day, let’s see what comes out at the last minute.
We were mentioned in an article on Geography Awareness Week events (on p9 for those of you who receive the newsletter).Ã‚Â Nothing big but it gets our name out to an audience we haven’t had a chance to push ourselves on yet 🙂 As for those of you visiting from the AAG, welcome and we […]
One of the main issues in geospatial technologies today is the quality of the output whether it be for a presentation, map in a document or a poster. The underlying issue is the lack of training in digital cartographic concepts, the art that enables the user to convey the science. In Making Maps: A Visual […]