- I must be getting old:
- First I didn’t post the Reuters article about Google Earth and H5N1, because I thought it was a republication of Christine Gorman’s article in Time from February that I remembered blogging here. It’s more of an updated version, it turns out. (Discussion at All Points Blog.)
- Then I didn’t post the news that Autodesk Civil 3D authoring tool can now export to Google Earth via an extension (in a technology preview), because I thought it referred to the instructions posted three weeks ago. AECnews has more about Autodesk’s apparent change of heart.
- A German website touts GPSoverIP, a patent pending internet protocol for transmitting GPS data. If I get it right, GPSoverIP eliminates an abstraction layer when communicating GIS data over the internet. The website is none too clear, but one application of it, for a GPS enabled jacket, was shown at CeBIT in 2006. (German speakers can get some more crumbs here.)
- GeoRezo.net is a French-language geography portal/community site.
Not even Google Maps has that by default, currently. (Check out the other new customization features.)
- Declan Butler updates his avian flu Google Earth network link.