This week I’ve been messing around a bit with MapSocial, a new, real time mapping service for facebook – I’m also pleased to boast that I think I may have been one of the first public users of this cool service! The application is still in Beta, however, you are invited to jump in and […]
Developers in Regina, Saskatchewan are invited to HackSask this week-end – an effort to hack, mashup, and mess around with APIs, tools, SDKs and other Geeky resources!
It’s been a couple of weeks so that means time again for another Geo Carnival… a fun roundup of GeoMusings and down-right cool, GeoGeekery from around the web.
There’s no question that Social Media and the use of social media in business was a HUGE topic in 2011. During the year I authored a number of articles on the topic and they were very well received. The following are the top articles according to our stats and make for some fine bookmarks for […]
Welcome to edition#2 of my Carnival of the Geospatialists and a short recap of some items of interest from the GIS/GeoGeek community. Please note, if these updates persist, I’m wide open to submissions and suggestions to feel free to ping me @gletham to make suggestions.
I recall a few years back I used to follow something called the Carnival of the Moblists… essentially, it was a fun recap of recent items of interests coming out of the mobile industry and bloggers that shared stories related to mobile app development.
I recently had the opportunity to attend a local hackday event, this local event here in Victoria planned by OpenDataBC was just one such event of many that took place in locations around the World.
Here’s a simple how to tutorial on working with the free ArcGIS.com to easily import KML or RSS data from Flickr and foursquare into ArcGIS to create your own custom map mashup
A New Yahoo! Mobile/Razorfish Study Finds Smartphones Are Most Popular Home Device, and Growing Scapegoat in Many Social Situations
Today, mapquest has rolled out their much anticipated social network mqvibe. Much different than what I was expecting (I was thinking of another facebook or twitter-like experience – that based on all the speculation on teh web) and I have to say so far I’m very impressed!