Business on The Web
Is Your Domain Name A Trademark Infringement?...
ESRI UC 2000
What to expect at the 2000 ESRI User Conference ...
Intro to GeoCaching
A new 21st century GPS recreation! ...
Mapinfo Professional v6.0 Goes 3D & Web Active...
A commentary from the floor at the annual ASPRS conference in D.C...
NASA TO LAND PROGRAM IN GEORGIA...
SRTM Coverage Continues
Space Radar Tape Duplication Finished...
Selective Availability Coverage
Selective Availability Goes Away ...
Linux for handhelds
WirelessDevNet Feature "Linux for handhelds: fact or fiction?"...
President Ends Selective Availability
Improving the Civilian Global Positioning System...
GIS Goes Mobile
A special look at advances in wireless and mobile GIS applications...
Scrap The Paper And Improve Field
A commentary by Graham Brown, president of field systems leader Tadpole-Cartesia...
From the floor at GITA
Daily commentaries from one of the years largest GIS conferences...
Ordance Survey Special Feature
Facts and figures about Ordnance Survey, Britain's national mapping agency - "From one
revolution to another"...
Deregulated Utility Industries
(03.01.00) It's Time To Scrap The Paper And
Improve Field Productivity...
Distributed Spatial Indexing
(03.01.00) Innogistic have released their latest
GIS, Cartology DSI, with a truly distributed
alternative to the Oracle Spatial Data Cartridge and MapInfo’s SpatialWare...
Shuttle Radar Data Explained
(02.24.00) This feature helps explain issues
related to the topo mapping mission data quality and availability...
Census 2000 Dress Rehearsal Data
(02.23.00) The Commerce Department's Census
Bureau released a CD-ROM containing basic demographic data from the Census 2000 Dress
Pima County Arizona - WebMapping
The Pima County Internet Webmapping project was
featured as part of the GeoNetcom
seminar series. An overview of the presentation is presented here...
Crime Mapping GIS Resources
We've put together some maps which will point you to
police departments, crime analysis agencies, and other organizations involved
in Crime Mapping and GIS applications involving crime data. There's also a mechanism to submit
your resource as well....
Y2K Compliance by GIS Vendors
We're pointing you to y2k statements and assurances
of y2k compliance issued by the major GIS vendors....
Special New Year Feature on Time Zones
To celebrate the new mmillenium, we've put together
some information on International time zones, time zone datasets,
and related Y2K resources....
IMAGINE, Geographic Information as A Shared
Escambia County, ECUA, the City of Pensacola, and the Property Appraiser have entered into an
inter-local agreement to develop a comprehensive
Geographic Information System (GIS)....
A Detailed Look at The Kodak
We took this GPS enabled Digital camera and
integrated it with ArcView GIS. View our synopsis and get some
valuable hints. We also posted a digital image tour of NW Florida's beutiful Emerald Coast....
Raster-Vector Data Conversion
Yecheng Ted Wu, Ph.D, of Able Software has provided
this excellent paper on Raster, Vector and Automated Map Digitizing....
Is ArcView training worthwhile? What's the best
approach to take? What books are best to get up and running with ArcView? Bill Huber has compiled the findings of a
survey to help answer these questions....
College Crime Risk Mapping
Glenn Letham, editor of SpatialNews and The
a look at some interesting crime risk mapping applications...
Census 2000 How the People Use the
The Y2K Bug and What you should do About It
Want to know more about the Y2K bug and what you should do about it?...
First Image from the IKONOS Satellite Shows Washington, D.C....
Publishing Geospatial Data Online
Jason Rader has provided this interesting paper - Publishing
Geospatial Data Online to Optimize Rural GIS Resources...
Give it away or sell it?
Spatial Data on the web - Comments from a notable editor concerning the issue of free spatial
ArcView 3.2 is Released
ArcView GIS 3.2, the new update of ESRI's popular desktop
mapping and GIS software, is now shipping...
Paper "The future of GIS"
Robert Crossley's paper on the future of GIS, presented to the Far
North Queensland GIS Users Group...
ESRI Conference Tops Charts
Annual Gathering Affirms Solid Future for GIS ESRI's 1999 User
Conference Tops the Charts...
Web based GIS
New Approaches to Internet-based GIS. A paper by Brian
Massey of Soft Reality...
National Atlas of Canada Launched on
Searching for a map of major river systems in Western Canada?
Wondering where Canada’s oil resources are located? Interested in knowing which
part of Canada receives the most rainfall? ...
Towards a Conceptual Framework Architecture
to Support the Canadian Geospatial Data Infrastructure...
New Application Served by the USGS
Internet users can now construct maps, search for specific data, and download results through a
new application being served by the U.S. Geological Survey ...
Locate Colleges and universities world-wide offering
GIS and other related programs. Also, our list of free on-line gis tutorials and courses is
Tropical Storm Watch!
Stay informed with the latest updates regard tropical
activity. We'll also provide you with other interesting storm related information and
End of Week rollover for the GPS
Check out our GIS Product Reviews
Chances are you've heard about the Year 2000 bug. You
may also have heard about the End of Week rollover for the Global Positioning System (GPS) in August 1999. How could
your GPS receiver be affected by these date changes? What are the potential safety implications? The U.S. Department of
the Interior has compiled a brief overview to assist you in understanding this issue...