Geo Tweets of interest – 10 recent Twitter Faves

We follow the Geo Twitter-sphere very closely… the following are just a few of the tweets we’ve "faved" in the past several days… please follow us @GISuser and/or @gletham – see all the Faves HERE

  • @lapeltz ESRI’s ocean basemap to be released on World Hydrography Day, June 21st
  • @guykawasaki Why great ideas fail http://is.gd/WCa5A8
  • @steve_snow_ New #GIS in the #Cloud e-book http://dld.bz/adMBD #Free good info on Private and Public clouds
  • @gaslampQuarter Have a GPS-enabled mobile phone? Get the Google Maps app & use our #TasteofGaslamp map for your guide today!
  • @josephkerski Last day of http://t.co/bCzoiyf Teachers Teaching Teachers GIS. Wonderful group of 30 educators in attendance!
  • @mager Peep Rally, an interesting new online fundraising platform.
  • @dtunkelang Great to see this going live! Congrats to my Google NYC friends who worked on it.
  • @LindaHecht Love the new pop-ups on GovMaps.org | U.S. Maps and Nationwide Layers
  • @mashable 7 Ingenious Resumes That Will Make You Rethink Your CV
  • @ajturner starting today analysis on @GeoCommons is free for everyone!
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