Outlined below are peer-to-peer resources that GIS professionals can utilize to help guide them through their technical questions, and connect with other GIS professionals.
Where can you go to get help with GIS issues? There are a variety of different web sites that can help with GIS questions, depending … Read more
Twitter has release new maps to highlight just how prolific tweets are in London, San Francisco, and Istanbul. Building off of the Geography of Tweets … Read more
The USGS has launched a competition to showcase The National Map data, products, services, and viewers in use. A geospatial ‘mashathon’ is similar to “map … Read more
Following the unrest in the Middle East via Tweets has been made possible by developer Virender Ajmani. Tweets tagged with #bahrain, #egypt, #libya, and #iran … Read more
When and where are Americans happiest? If you go by Twitter, Americans seem to feel the lightest in the early and late hours of the … Read more
The USGS is now testing out Twitter to collect early response information about earthquakes: “the USGS is developing a system that gathers real-time, earthquake-related messages … Read more