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 […]
The Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC) is requesting public comment on a candidate specification for a geospatial Web Processing Service. This specification was developed to provide a standardized interface for accessing and publishing geospatial processes, which include any calculation or operation which utilizes spatially referenced data. Comments can be submitted via the OGC website, and the […]
Creative is getting into the podcasting thing, and has a new service up and running called ZENcast. We checked it out, and A VerySpatial Podcast is in fact listed in their Educational category So, if you want another place where you can subscribe to our podcast, check out ZENcast.com
It is that CES time of year again, time for lots of new toys. Most of the one that I have found are GPS related, perhaps because I am only looking at Engadget and Gizmodo 🙂 Pioneer AVIC-Z1 Sony Portable GPS Garmin Forerunner 205 and 305 Garmin iQue 3000 Hop-on’s ChitterChatter GPS/cell watch Mio C710 […]
Undergraduates and Master’s degree students are eligible to apply for the National Geographic Award in Mapping, which consists of a prize of $1200 and National Geographic map products for the winner. The award is administered through the Cartography Specialty Group of the American Association of Geographers, but you do not need to be a member […]
There is only one day left to enter our next contests and we only have a few entries for each contest so far. The first place prize for contest 2 will include a copy of Ambient Findability and a VerySpatial t-shirt and two others will receive a VerySpatial t-shirt. The three questions are: