- O’Reilly Radar has highlights from the keynotes.
- GeoServer 1.7.0 will make its geocontent automatically crawlable by Google’s crawler
- All Points Blog ranks company announcements according to their potential impact.
- Google Earth Blog covers John Hanke’s presentation.
If I detect a trend it’s a good one: Google and Yahoo are both opening up access to their geodatabases. Dan Catt’s been explaining how you can now query Yahoo’s database for a landmark or location and get all manner of related geodata back. (James Fee likes it.) John Hanke’s announcement doesn’t sweat the details, but more news about Google’s GeoSearch API is apparently forthcoming soon.