Owing your own home is a part of the American Dream, right? Well, maybe not anymore. For roughly the last decade – when prices were tabulated over the long-term – buying a home in the US was more than a decent investment. Home prices crashed during the Great Recession and mortgages rates hit record lows. […]
The 2019 International Esri User Conference (#ESRIUC) takes place July 8-12, 2019 in beautiful San Diego, CA. We are pleased to feature updates and tips from some of the exhibiting companies (Esri partners). Below you’ll find details of their latest “Must See” technologies!
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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 […]
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.
Under-the-hood improvements deliver reliability, power and remote software linkup to Macs — With up to 4.2 GHz of processing power, and about the size of a carry-on suitcase, the HP Z240 Tower delivers monster-class performance and reliability at the price point of a desktop PC
Tripp Corbin of eGIS Associates, Inc. has shared an interesting update with the community (via a popular discussion list) that provides a quick look at what’s new at ArcGIS 10.3 – thanks Tripp!
So tragic that we must once again bring to light the topic of mass shootings in America. This story map shares data that visualizes the patterns and locations of mass shootings in America since 1982.
Here’s some pretty nifty imaging technology that rolls in some slick image recognition and a ton of data! Enter TerraPattern.