I haven’t taken more than a cursory glance, but this is a link to the Google Earth War game. Looks fun if you don’t have people giving you significant looks reagrding your disseration stuff. Take a look if you have time and are so inclined. GEwar
According to the USGS’s Landsat Program website, testing of Landsat 5’s solar array began on January 3rd and will continue until January 5th. Information related to the testing will be posted on the site.
A while back I posted an entry about the VirtuSphere, an immersive virtual reality environment that has been getting a lot of attention. An article posted on the University of Washington’s The Daily website gives a nice summary of the VirtuSphere development, where it has been seen and what the developers are planning for the […]
Two new mainstream media audio programs leaped onto the scene today. OnPoint, an NPR program, hosted a program titled The Geospatial Web that covered the ubiquitousness of geospatial technologies, much of it mentioned on this weeks podcast and some that is planned for this weekends podcast when we look at Peter Morville’s Ambient Findability. BBC4’s […]
Susan Spano chronicles her visit to the UK’s Ordnance Survey facilities in this nice article from the LA Times online.
This is an interesting concept to keep an eye on. MapMe blends Skype and maps for a spatial address book and what they call a geographical caller ID. KhaosLabs | MapMe for Skype Via Digg
soundTransit is an online collaborative project that collects sound recordings from different places around the world. Users are then able to “book” audio trips to various destinations and pick itineraries that allow them to listen to sound samples from different “stopovers”. soundTransit is one of a number of projects that focus on the idea that […]
I am not sure anyone even noticed, but after I upgraded to WordPress2.0 last night the podcast feed was fine until it decided the cached copy had been around too long and looked for a new copy and found a bad page.Ã‚Â Everything is back up and running as far as I can tell.Ã‚Â Overall, […]
xearth for Windows is an interesting little desktop replacement. It doesn’t appear to have been updated in a couple of years, but it is still worth a gander. Via Download Squad
A VerySpatial Podcast Shownotes – Episode 24 January 1, 2006 Main Topic: Location Based Services Click to directly download Episode 24 Click for the detailed shownotes