An interesting graphic being compiled over at setfive consulting. Using special algorithms and pulling data from Twitter the company’s app is generating a map that is constantly being updated. See http://election.setfive.com/
Archives for November 4, 2008
Amazin but even mobile industry giant, Nokia, is laying people off… word has it that the layoffs come mostly to sales, marketing and people from the Research arm. According to this piece from Mobile Entertainment some 450 people are affected including 100 in Finland. Changes will apparently come into effect Jan 2009, happy new year!
Heads up on an event of interest… ILMF. The ILMF is the premier event for the LiDAR industry attracting professionals from all over the world with the next event scheduled for January 26 – 28, 2009 in New Orleans, USA. The last event saw record growth in attendance with over 580 delegates from 32 countries all looking to invest in and benefit from LiDAR technology and services.
Autodesk is working with the Incheon Free Economic Zone (IFEZ) and the Incheon Urban Development Corporation (IUDC) to cooperate in the creation of Asia’s first Digital City for Incheon, Korea — the ‘Tomorrow City’ in Song-do City. Autodesk has designated Incheon as the second pilot city of its Digital City initiative, after announcing Salzburg, Austria in July.
Images of the Nokia N82 smartphone…
With th US election tomorrow, Nov 4 many folks will be eagerly checking out the electoral maps. The following are some fine sources to monitor:
Real clear politics – electoral count maps, no toss up states, and even create your own map
Electoral vote.com has some great graphics and shows comparisons between this year and 2004 – a must see. Their maps with States colored strong/weak/tied makes things a little clearer than the traditional blue/red themed maps.