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GeoRoundUp: Zombie Map, James Fee Brings Back Comments, Flying Over Planet Earth

GeoRoundUp: Zombie Map, James Fee Brings Back Comments, Flying Over Planet Earth

Making the rounds is a quirky map created by Dr Mark Graham, Taylor Shelton, Matthew Zook, and Monica Stephens from the Oxford Internet Institute that maps out the concentration of Google searches for “zombies”: [T]0 measure the amount of content about zombies indexed by Google, a dataset was created based on a 0.25 x 0.25 […]

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GeoBriefs: James Fee Celebrates Five Years of Blogging, Waze Goes Local with Los Angeles

James Fee’s blog passed the five year mark on May 25th with “1,688 posts and 13,450 comments.”  James Fee has one of the most popular GIS related blogs at http://spatiallyadjusted.com.  James Fee was recently profiled on GIS Lounge. Waze, the crowdsourcing traffic application, has announced their first local site for […]

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Not your father’s approach to geodata creation and sharing

Not your father’s approach to geodata creation and sharing

What do the pundits say about crowd-sourcing GIS data and its future?  Peter Batty assembled a group of some of the loudest voices in that debate for a panel at GITA’s recent conference.  The video’s an hour and 45 minutes long but worth the watch if you’re interesting in the […]