I received an update from Collin Welbon of ESRI who is the administrator for wiki.GIS.com, the recently launched wiki. Upon the inception of wiki.GIS.com, we did not know how many people would get onboard or if people would choose to get onboard with the wiki. Our intention is to provide a central location for all GIS-related [...]
Adena Schutzberg is currently as the Executive Editor of Directions Magazine. Schutzberg talks about the geospatial industry in this interview.
Resources for finding maps, satellite imagery, GIS data and other geographically related data for the country of Haiti. This page has been updated to included links to mapping resources for the recent January 12, 2010 7.0 magnitude earthquake in Haiti. Haiti Maps and GIS Data Earthquake Related Maps for Haiti Listing from the Google Maps [...]
Located at Stanford University, the Spatial History Project seeks to bring “together scholars working on projects at the intersection of geography and history using Geographic Information Systems (GIS) in their research.” The projects listed marry geospatial technologies with historical research. Use the Google Earth to journey along with Alfred A. Hart, who between 1864 to 1869,took 364 [...]
Update: this site is no longer in existence. A new GIS tutorial site has launched. Run by Anthony Calderon*, GISHowto.com features tutorials in video format for a range of software programs such as ESRI’s ArcGIS, ENVI, MapInfo and Google Earth. The fledgling site also hosts an event calendar, a forum for discussing GIS software issues, [...]