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Thursday, July 29, 2010

Update: #ESRIUC Traditional Media Coverage

19.20.21: New York vs. Abu Dhabi
- LA Times

—- original post 7/19/10——

ESRI Releases Apple Map App, Reveals “19.20.21 Project” as Annual Conference Begins
- Xconomy

Mapmaker Follows his Own Path
- Financial Times (free registration required)

Kansas Adjutant General’s Office Gets GIS Award
- WIBW

Bigfork cavers give talk before huge crowd
- Daily Interlake

ESRI Reshapes its Proprietary Mapping System Into an Open Crowdsourcing Platform, Raising a Challenge for Google
- Xconomy

Since 1969, when Dangermond founded the business initially known as Environmental Systems Research Institute, the technology has evolved from proprietary systems that customers purchased and loaded onto their own computers into technology that’s also now available in free and open-source forms, like so much else on the Internet

[I’m not sure what open source story the author heard at ESRI UC.]

Urban insight starts with useable data (interview with Richard Saul Wurman)
- SignOn San Diego

by Adena Schutzberg on 07/29 at 11:34 AM | Comments | Bookmark and Share

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