Sharing photos via Flickr is an awesome way to archive and share photos, I’ve been using the service almost since Day 1. The now free service provides a great way to easily upload photos over mobile while it is also to have a backup of your photos hosted in the cloud. Flickr makes it a little tricky to locate your feed, however, it really is there!
Something fun and useful for you geocachers or those of you wanting to introduce the family to geocaching over the holidays… via Geocaching.com. From the resource… “What is Geocaching?” and seen the Beginner’s Guide to Finding a Geocache, it’s time to make the transition into pro-level geocaching. This video has tips to take your geocaching game to the next level and guidelines that every geocacher should know. See also Beginner’s Guide to Finding a Geocache: http://youtu.be/sj31U_z9MFA
I love “WOW” technology and here’s just another fine example.. enter ByteLight, indoor positioning solution powered by LED lighting! According to the company, Using ByteLight’s LED lighting-based indoor positioning solution, commercial and enterprise building owners, public safety officials, retail outlets and public spaces such as airports, museums and convention centers can target customized information, special offers and other data directly to users based on their precise location inside a building – nice! See more at http://www.bytelight.com
Like many of you Geographers, GeoGeeks, and techies out there I’m always a sucker for a map. Here’s an interesting info graphic that attempts to reveal the language of Wikipedia by showing the location of languages of articles as they appear on Wikipedia. Note, the map does come with a number of disclaimers so be cautious of how you use these data. See for yourself HERE