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Links for 30th March 2008

There was only every going to be one winner ! Very entertaining online debate featuring Fake Steve Jobs Wifi no more.. Interesting article on silicon.com, I must admit I don’t spend as much time wifi hunting as I used to before getting my 3 dongle. Dual Maps from Map Channels Very neat multiple API site […]

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OGC Thoughts

Where’s the cheese – OGC moving forward

I’ve spent much of this week along with some of the other guys from Google at the Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC) Technical Committee meeting in St. Louis. KML is hopefully just a few weeks away from becoming an adopted standard, and the OGC as an community I’m pleased to say, is increasingly taking interest in […]

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Links for 18 March 2008

Kings College London Geodata Portal One of the most comprehensive collections of environmental data rendered using Google Earth. Explanation of Tech, using paper Have you seen the great video explaining how My Location works on youTube, it was produced by Seattle based Common Craft who have published a series of similar videos on their site, […]

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Data Policy Ordnance Survey

Does this equation mean the end of the commercial OS ?

It has taken me a while to get round to commenting on the Trading Funds Report as I have been travelling, and it’s 150 pages long !! It is a very important document in many ways, for the first time there is a well researched analysis from economists on the impact of different funding models […]

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Links for 12 March 2008

POSIPIX – Geo-referenced Stock Photos With the geo-tagging of photos trend really taking off, a neat service for those looking for stock photos organised by place.. limited to a few cities but a cool idea. Thanks to Sanjay for the link 10 must have aps for your Symbian Phone Nice to see Google well represented, […]