Christian Spanring updates Geoblogger.eu, removing content already present in Planet Geospatial. Writes Christian, “Geoblogger.eu should now be a nice add-on to planet geospatial, for people interested in mainly non-english geoblogs.”
VlogMap Communitynotes that Vlogmap.org gets a big fat mention in Wired Magazine: “Google Earth fans have studded the big blue marble with local vlogs. The result: a one-stop global Web-vid spree.” The Vlogmap Google Earth network links show that indeed, the number of vlogs has ballooned over the past 6 months.
Earth Bridge is a very fancy-looking real-time GPS tracker for Google Earth.
Via Data Mining, Global-i Application. It’s a wireframe 3D globe inside a web browser, but comes with lots of geopolitical data (though you have to pay to get it all). I really wish those controls were available on Google Earth, or that you could construct a network link based on preferences such as these.
Following up on a recent post about how Google is aiming to preëmptively “semanticize” new content for the web… Google Blogoscoped points to a call for taxonomy leaders by Google for Google Base, to help set up the right data attributes for content contributed to Google Base.
French tech blog Innis went to virtual reality conference Laval Virtual 2006, and brought home a video of the most innovative display technologies, including some that would come in handy for navigating 3D globes. No French required to see it.
Notes on the political, social and scientific impact of networked digital maps and geospatial imagery, with a special focus on Google Earth.