A representation of the travel legs – both by plane and by bus – of the Division I basketball tournaments, executed using map pins, embroidery floss, school logos and a lot of patience. This one is from last year but you get the picture!
LiDAR, all the cool kids are using it! But what exactly is LiDAR data and where can I get more info you might ask? And so, the following info via the USGS might help shed a little light on the topic for you – enjoy!
Finally, a somewhat affordable smartphone solution for Apple fanatics, enter the 4 inch, Apple iPhone SE. Somewhat smaller in size, this powerful device offers all the horsepower and functionality that iPhone users expect and need. Best of all, the device is available immediately in America starting at $399 (US) – a trade up option will be available to existing iPhone users for as little as $10 a month for a 24 month term.
Something for FB fans who are are unsure how much location data their are sharing… Facebook users can easily access their entire location history. Essentially, this is all the places where you use the facebook “checkin” feature.
The one with Bern Szukalski of Esri, filmed on location at the 2016 Esri DevSummit in Palm Springs, California. Join us for a drive in the desert as we discuss ArcGIS online, Story Maps, Esri Insights, Drone2Map and more – thanks to our video sponsor, Echosec.net – Location-Based Social Media Search – enjoy the drive!
Some light and free reading of interest.
The Esri conference season is well underway with the FedUC in DC and the DevSummit in Palm Springs having taken place. Glenn was on location at DevSummit in Palm springs and shares some images in this gallery… enjoy! Were you at DevSummit? What did you enjoy and take away from the event?
The one where I drive back to San Diego from Palm Springs and talk about a few days at DevSummit with the GeoGeeks! In this solo edition I rolled a solo Devsummit summary while driving back from Palm Springs… What did you like most about DevSummit?
We’d like to share a few data and big data reading resources of interest to the group. Hopefully you find something useful here. If you have a favorite resource please do consider sharing it in the comments… enjoy!