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AIDSVu Maps Depict Impact of HIV in Denver Metro Area

TweetSome new mapping for the Denver Metro area from the AIDSVu project out of Emery University. AIDSVu is a compilation of online maps that display HIV prevalence data across the U.S. at the national, state and local levels, and by … Continue reading

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App Challenge Tip – GoCode Colorado

TweetHere’s an opportunity for coders, developers, mashup artists or ?? on the Front Range – enter GoCode Colorado. The Kick off event is March 19

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Tech Companies and Colorado Non-Profit helps Salvage Flood Damaged photos, documents and more

TweetHere’s a clever effort by some folks and companies in the Colorado tech community to help flood victims preserve some of their precious documents and memories forever, simply by getting access to scanning and digitizing hardware and handy tools from … Continue reading

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Open Source Web Mapping Architecture For Mapping Colorado Wildfires

TweetIn an effort to keep the public informed and make data available to them during the recent wildfires near Colorado Springs, CO the company turned to open source as a solution. Their blog goes into details of how they luckily, … Continue reading

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ArcGIS.com Tentative Waldo Canyon Fire Line Map, Colorado Springs

TweetAn interesting map paints a pretty clear picture as to the extend of the fire near Colorado Springs, spanning north from Garden of The Gods by Manitou Springs north into Pike National Forest and past the Air Force Academy, sandwiched … Continue reading

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Lost and Found – The Colorado GIS Portal

TweetI’m in search of the Colorado GIS Portal, if there actually exists such an entity! Recall a while back I put together a comprehensive State Clearinghouse directory (See HERE). This may seem a little “hohum” to you, however, if you’ve … Continue reading

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From Ignite Boulder… The Twitter Love song

TweetA fun way to start your week… enjoy! From Ignite Boulder 6 at the cool, Boulder Theater, a fun Twitter-ish love song to kick off the night… enjoy this fine rendition provided by @pugofwar

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Technology Workshop for Colorado K-12 Teachers

TweetAn event of interest and great opportunity for any geography teachers that you may know. Sponsored by the Colorado Geographic Alliance, there’s no cost unless the participant seeks graduate credit and Lunch, coffee breaks, and resources are provided. In this … Continue reading

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Cartoon Map from Longmont, Colorado TimesCall

TweetOne again, more awesome Geo Technology being used and shared with others here on the CO Front Range! Thanks to a Twitter contact of mine @GISPathway for tipping me off to a very cool cartoon mapping application that appeared today … Continue reading

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A map should be worth 1000 words and more than a simple PDF

TweetIndeed a map is worth at least 1,000 words in my mind.. I wish the mainstream media would realize this. The only reason I bring this up is because today I’m browsing through the local paper (The Colloradoan) which serves … Continue reading

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