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Links for 21 Feb 2008

Airport Security Another place not recommended to run Windows USGS Tele Atlas inside An interesting announcement from the ESRI federal user conference, USGS maps in the future will use TA map data, another step towards the mapping operations of the USGS moving to the commercial sector ? GeoWeb 2008 Student Contest Always one of the […]

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GIS Google Maps opensource

If Dr Who needed a mash-up…

One of the topics which most often comes up in conversation when talking about creating new maps, is how historic information is recorded and displayed. Spatio-Temporal data modelling is a big and scary topic which has occupied the GI Research community for a number of years, and will do for a many more. Today a […]

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Here comes 2008 !

So roll on 2008, it’s a great time to be involved with geospatial technology in all it forms, and for its great to be part of an industry that is touching so many more peoples lives… Part of the excitment I feel is due to the fact that the industry is changing to finally better […]

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Google Earth PhotoOverlay tool

Seems that everytime I’m in Mountain View, Andy and the guys at CASA build a really useful tool, (so I need to do this trip more often) their PhotoOverlay tool, is a great help in exploiting my favourite feature of Google Earth 4.2 as demonstrated by one of my holiday pictures above. Now if someone […]

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AGI GIS neogeography Thoughts

Calling Neogeographers.. UK Dinosaurs need your help!

OK so just a little tongue in cheek, but the AGI team behind the annual UK GI conference would like input in bringing in the perspective of the “Neo-geographers” in planning next years event. This is a great idea, let’s hope that enough people in the new world of users of GI find such organisations […]