I fell into being a GeoGeek accidentally. Like many experiences I had in college, I never intended to be a GIS professional. I wrote technical reports, loved maps, and wanted a way to integrate them into my reports, so I took a course from ESRI online. Then another, and another, and so on. I was […]
GeoMusings from Around the web
News, tips, tricks, and things of interest seen on the GeoWeb
Some NFL television ratings have been suffering and for a number of reasons this season, and while it seems like a perfect storm, the week 6 tie between the Seahawks and the Cardinals on Sunday night saw a resurgence that says all hope may not be lost for the league and its advertisers.
Update of top (most popular) application in the ArcGIS Marketplace boasts loads of new functionality including noteworthy functionality to support ArcGIS Admins and enable credit allocation and management, product entitlements, access and more
Sean brings 14+ years experience in GIS solutions including development, Web GIS deployment, and database administration to GEO Jobe
There are a variety of tools for creating online maps, but many are impractical, requiring you either to enter numerous points by hand, to structure and import data in a specific format, to learn an expensive or cumbersome tool, or to be a programmer.
The one where Glenn drives around the San Diego Gaslamp on Sunday afternoon with Esri Spatial Analysis Product Engineer, (think spatial statistics, space time pattern etc…) Lauren Bennett. If you’ve ever been lucky enough to attend a UC then there’s no doubt that you’ve been wow’d and impressed by Lauren by her Monday plenary session […]
The one where Glenn takes a ride with Tom Hasselbeck, former Esri staffer (#EXRI) and now with Hasselbeck Industries. Glenn and Tom chat about esriuc, San Diego life, his past life at Esri and his present life doing video and multi-media marketing for software companies, particularly involved in GeoTech.
An afternoon with Jack in Sidney, Australia – Jack Dangermond, the head of the world’s largest GIS company will hit Australia’s shores this October for a one-time-only event at the Sydney Opera House
The one where Glenn rolls around the San Diego Gaslamp district with Daniel Yaw Jr., a GIS user, Engineering and GIS technician who also functionally serves as the GIS coordinator at North Penn Water Authority (NPWA) located about 30 min outside Philadelphia in southeastern Pennsylvania.
Australia has recently announced a 1.8m shift in its mapping coordinates, to compensate for the country’s 7.5cm shift north each year. Inevitably the question is why, and could the same thing happen here?