This is a great time waster for Google Maps. If you click on a location you can see where your hole would come out on the other side of the world.
I have added a blog & podcast list page that links to the blogs and podcasts we refer to and an about page that is intended to describe the intent of this site and the podcast.
Software to graphically morph between two maps. I watched the second demo that is interesting, but it isn’t overly impressive. It has great potential if used with the correct maps.
As with everything in life, in Geography you do need to know how to do math…do you think you can remember how to do 8th grade math? I do! Check for yourself over at MSN Encarta – Could You Pass 8th-Grade Math?
Shownotes – Episode 07
September 04, 2005
Geography and hazards research.
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Langauge warning for the link. That said, this is a great rebuttal to some idiotic statements that have been going around, I didn’t phrase my commecnt that way when we were recording the podcast. I wish I had this link last night when we were recording.
Folks tend to forget the fact that they could have been the ones impacted by a catastrophe instead of their neighbor. Reality is you never expect it to be you until it is too late.
Geography and hazards research episode, http://www.redcross.org, http://www.aag.org/katrina, and http://www.katrina.com.
A nice overview from the BBC on the use of MashUps.
First Australia, then Korea, now the Dutch. However, for the first time I see someone has mentioned the USGS’s National Map. While the National Map focuses on the US and does not have the smooth interface that AJAX offers yet…it does offer better overall imagery throughout the US.