There’s a new blog on the block: Geography 2.0: Virtual Globes, by Alan Glennon at the UCSB’s geography department.
The blog seems to be a companion to an upcoming session on virtual globes at the Association of American Geographers’ annual meeting in Chicago next March, but if this blog is going to be a place to post and discuss ruminations on this relatively new way of displaying spatial data, then it certainly looks very promising.
For example, a recent post has a listing of all the virtual globes that have been created to date. I for one would love to know what the particular innovations of each were.
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