Friday, December 23, 2005
Wednesday, December 14, 2005
Preliminary Schedule for AAG2006 Released
Monday, December 12, 2005
A good day for conversions and tutorials
Saturday, December 10, 2005
MSDN Channel 9 / Virtual Earth
So--- enough propaganda. Nevertheless, it is nice to actually to see the software developers talk enthusiastically about their product and aspirations for it.
Google Earth for Mac
Friday, December 09, 2005
Google Earth Education Initiative
Google is investing its heart and soul in education. All the way from the Library Project to the Keyhole-Google Education Initiative where we are distributing (on request by faculty or administrator) a free license of Google Earth PRO.
Spread the word. If you're a teacher, professor, or school administrator, send me an e-mail, requesting Google Earth PRO and I will send you a 1 page authorization document, followed by a free license for one year.
den( at )google.com
Sunday, December 04, 2005
globes wiki, anyone?
ArcGIS Explorer screenshots
Saturday, December 03, 2005
Anyway, I ran into Waldo Tobler in the hall yesterday, and he mentioned a couple of things he'd done. To start:
Tobler (2002), Global Spatial Analysis
Tobler (2001), Spherical Measures without Spherical Trigonometry
...also, the Ping group has a survey of globes...
Thorne (2003), Earth's Avatar: the web augmented virtual earth
...and the NCGIA has a bibliography on geobrowsers.
...and the Discrete Global Grids book...