Here’s a short tutorial and description of the way cool paper.li service, a useful social media add-on that creates a custom paper/newsletter from your Twitter account and can also harvest data from RSS feeds and facebook.
Recall, I recently posted a few details of a local conference here in the capital of British Columbia – MISABC. I had the pleasure of delivering a talk on the use of social media in local government, with a focus on the GIS department and GIS/Geo user.
East View Procures and Hosts Mexican Vector Data for University of Arizona’s Map Library and GIS Department
SuperGeo Technologies, the leading global provider of complete GIS software and solutions, today announced that SuperField 3, the light weight mobile GIS application, is updated and released worldwide. SuperField 3 is designed as a task-oriented mobile GIS and seen as the finest GIS solution for surveyors to easily manipulate and collect spatial data. SuperField 3 […]
Via the foursquare blog, we hear that there are now over 500,000 businesses registered on foursquare. This means you have thousands of opportunities to checkin and get deals.
It’s federal election day in Canada and if you listen to foursquare users it appears that the Liberals are leading the Conservatives by the smallest margin (less than 1%)
Recall, it was not too long ago that foursquare released their latest developer toolset, the foursquare API v2.
Foursquare recently released a fun yet very interesting infographic that described the state of the foursquare-sphere for 2010. the graphic reveals the who what where when why and how of foursquare and tallies up the numbers from 2010.
Twitter is both fun and useful, although users can be much more productive by taking advantage of some of the fine third party apps built on the Twitter API. Here’s 10 add-ons that any business user might want to consider using to be more productive.
I managed to slip away for a few hours of networking and “shmoozing” last night, once again taking in a local social meet-up… Sure, maybe it wasn’t a GeoGeek event, however, there’s still plenty of value to be had and reasons for you to consider doing so yourself.