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  • Release of Microsoft Virtual Earth Beta

    The beta version of Microsoft’s Virtual Earth has gone live at So far, it doesn’t have the bells and whistles that Google Earth can boast, and I think that […]

  • MSN Virtual Earth – A sad reality

    The beta is up and Microsoft has NOT caught up to Google. My three largest issues with this are, in no particualr order: -Pulling B&W imagery -Vector overlays on imagery […]

  • Show notes for AVSP Episode 01

    This episode is generally an introduction of things to come. We will be focusing on Geography and geospatial technologies, with an eye to bring a discussion of Geography to a […]

  • A Very Spatial Podcast – Episode 01

    The premier episode of VSP. A general intro to the podcast, topics, and upcoming events. Download the podcast

  • MSN Virtual Earth

    Microsoft’s Virtual Earth will begin its Beta on Monday. As according to the following blog it was up for a short while over the weekend, but is back down. […]

  • VerySpatial Podcast Promo

    We are approaching the inaugural episode of the VerySpatial Podcast. In order to get a little experience with the microphone we decided to make a promo for distribution prior to […]

  • Google Maps Hybrid option

    You would think that this is a blog dedicated to Google Maps with all of the entries for it. But no, it is just that the hybrid option is pretty […]

  • Wikipedia entry – Virtual globe

    As with most of the things in the world, there are Wikipedia entries for many spatial subjects from tech to concepts. Here is our frst pointing out of something on […]

  • Google Moon – Lunar Landing Sites

    This is nicely tied to the upcoming moon rover that will be catching satellite imagery and elevations (along with other sensors) of the moon. I can’t wait to be able […]

  • NASA World Wind

    Yes, Google Earth and Keyhole before it are wonderful things out of box, but if you are interested in getting your hands into the guts of the product take a […]

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