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Thursday, June 29, 2006

You can add up to 10 locations, rearrange them by dragging and dropping, avoid tolls and more. (Details)

via TechRockies

I wonder why MapQuest is so quiet about it? (Update: PR just posted!) Ask.com already has a multi-point routing tool, which I really liked.

by Adena Schutzberg on 06/29 at 07:29 AM | Comments | Bookmark and Share

I got a sneak preview of the consumer SkylineGlobe.com last week. It’s not yet available; Skyline has first rolled out its various developer tools which run from a free API for a 3D globe to more traditional licensing and self-hosting. Check it out at Directions Magazine.

by Adena Schutzberg on 06/29 at 07:06 AM | Comments | Bookmark and Share

Wednesday, June 28, 2006

Garmin Ltd. (GRMN) maker of many commercial and consumer GPS products, is a rising (perhaps risen) star of the stock market. For all of you financially savvy market watchers, you will have seen the astounding performance of the company’s stock price. Since January 1 of this year the stock has risen from $65 to $102 (as of the close on June 28). The company has been highly recommended by stock market gurus such as Jim Cramer. The stock announced a 2 for 1 stock split on May 3rd and now offers dividend. Their products are good (I own 3 of them) and its an indication of a rising consumer market for location-aware devices. The stock is a secret no longer.

by Joe Francica on 06/28 at 08:40 PM | Comments | Bookmark and Share

Dell has launched a service that allows customers to track open service calls on Google Earth Pro.  I’m really not sure why Pro is required.

by Adena Schutzberg on 06/28 at 06:09 AM | Comments | Bookmark and Share

Gary Price at Resource Shelf continues to send on links that I don’t find.

This week it’s two government resources. First, The Future of Land Imaging. It’s the website of the The Future of Operational Land Imaging Working Group, a team given the mission of developing “a long-term plan to achieve technical, financial, and managerial stability for operational land imaging in accord with the goals and objectives of the U.S. Integrated Earth Observation System.” There’s a nice history of Landsat (this site seems to be just about Landsat and its continuity) and the group’s plan of attack with will be capped with a final report in February 2007.

Second, is a new online atlas, the Atlas of climatic controls of wildfire in the western United States (Title page/abstract), a 20 Mb pdf (pdf). Bottom line:

Our results clearly demonstrate the link between wildfire conditions and a small set of climatic variables, and our methodology is a framework for providing near-real-time assessments of current wildfire conditions in the West.

by Adena Schutzberg on 06/28 at 06:00 AM | Comments | Bookmark and Share
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