Just going to san diego and testing nokia settings funny an article in the recent alaska air magazine is about geocaching!
Archives for August 5, 2006
Someone reminded me of this when I moved the blog back here to Blogger from Opera’s hosted solution… the best way to keep tabs on a weblog is to subscribe to it via Feedburner – that way, the next time I decide to move you’ll have a trail! See http://feeds.feedburner.com/GisUserBlog – not familiar with feedburner yet? Well, since you visit blogs then you need to be… check it out! Our anygeo RSS feed is also available for your convenience at http://gisuser.blogspot.com/atom.xml – not sure what to do with that? Well, check out tools like Grazr.com and you can very easily add this feed and any other to your website. Another handy tool… Bloglines – see our bloglines feed at http://www.bloglines.com/preview?siteid=3225252 – this is another great tool! And last but not least, another great resource for keeping tab of this blog and many others is Technorati – see http://technorati.com/search/gisuser. Other news/blog aggregation tools include myYahoo! RSS (eg. http://e.my.yahoo.com/config/cstore?.opt=content&.url=http%3a//feeds.feedburner.com/Gisusercom) and the ability to add updates to your my Google homepage (eg. http://www.google.com/ig/add?feedurl=http://feeds.feedburner.com/Gisusercom)
ola from San Diego… actually I‘m just packing to leave in a couple of hours.If you’re looking for “real-time” news and updates from the show then I encourage you to check out some of the geobloggers that are busy at work here at the convention center. Obviously, yours truly will by providing loads of updates this year, return here to anygeo via blogspot, see also my flickr moblog for live images from Sunday’s Padres game and Sunday night at Dick’s etc… (ala Nokia 6682), and be sure to also keep tabs on James Fee’s weblog, Very Spatial, Brian Flood’s blog, Scrappad, fantomplanet, geoblogger, and of course, the ESRI UC weblog and the ArcPAD Crew’s Weblog. If I missed anyone then James has that covered via the Planet Geospatial news aggregator as will Slashgeo and official PR announcements from the event can be found at http://www.gisuser.com/content/category/1/260/2/. I’ll be back at HQ on Thursday.. until then, enjoy the show coverage and have a great week!
Some news out of the OGC if you ‘d like to follow their progress a little closer… To provide you with more story leads for this intriguing and important arena we’ve launched a website, OGC User (http://ogcuser.opengeospatial.org/) and corresponding RSS feed (http://ogcuser.opengeospatial.org/rss) that highlights how users are taking advantage of these standards and the difference they are making in environmental research, emergency response, local government and other areas that use geospatial technologies. Be sure to add this RSS feed to your news reader… don’t have a news reader yet… come on!!