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Adena Schutzberg

Adena Schutzberg

Adena Schutzberg is Executive Editor of Directions Magazine and contributes to its widely-read electronic newsletters, website, podcasts and blogs. Before joining Directions Magazine, Schutzberg founded and edited GIS Monitor for nearly five years. She is also the Principal of ABS Consulting Group, Inc., a GIS consulting firm providing services to clients including GIS software, data, and imagery companies. 

Before opening her own company, Schutzberg headed U.S. operations for UK-based Cadcorp, and held several positions at ESRI over eight years. She began her career heading Arthur D. Little’s CAD/GIS lab and teaching college geography. She holds a BA in Chemistry from the University of Chicago and an MS in Geography from Pennsylvania State University.

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Recent Content by Adena Schutzberg

  1. Changing the Status Quo of Healthcare Using GIS (November 17th, 2014)
  2. What Grade Would Your Homepage Get? (October 20th, 2014)
  3. Making Sense of the 2014 Esri International User Conference (July 28th, 2014)
  4. Takeaways from the Esri Education GIS Conference 2014 (July 24th, 2014)
  5. Learn ArcGIS: Esri Embraces New Vision for Teaching and Learning GIS (July 12th, 2014)
  6. Takeaways from the FME International User Conference 2014 (June 24th, 2014)
  7. Takeaways from the 2014 Location Intelligence Summit (June 2nd, 2014)
  8. Students Worldwide Learn Skills for the Digital Earth in Elmhurst College MOOC (June 2nd, 2014)
  9. Pitney Bowes’ Strategy: Resurrect and Reinvent (May 15th, 2014)
  10. Augmented Reality in 2014: Exploring the IEEE Special Issue with Guest Editor Jules White (March 13th, 2014)
  11. Ten Things You Need to Know About Esri’s Open Data Initiative (February 27th, 2014)
  12. Nine Things You Need to Know about Open Data (February 24th, 2014)
  13. Lessons Learned: GIS Basics MOOC (February 12th, 2014)
  14. Lessons Learned: Teaching a Geospatial Professional Development MOOC for Educators (February 12th, 2014)
  15. Ten Things You Should Know About Online GIS/Geospatial Education (January 22nd, 2014)
  16. The Top Ten GIS Stories of 2013 (December 16th, 2013)
  17. Options for Students Looking for Access to GIS Software (November 25th, 2013)
  18. Seven Things You Might Not Know About Geography Awareness Week (November 6th, 2013)
  19. Building the World’s First Geo-MOOC, Part 4 (October 3rd, 2013)
  20. Twelve Free Tools, Events and Publications for Geospatial Educators: 2013 Edition (October 3rd, 2013)
  21. Talking Shop with New England’s GIS Educators (October 2nd, 2013)
  22. Back to School with a MOOC (September 3rd, 2013)
  23. Pace University GIS Basics MOOC Launches Sept 9 (August 28th, 2013)
  24. Building the World’s First Geo-MOOC, Part 3 (July 15th, 2013)
  25. Esri Education GIS Conference 2013 Takeaways (July 15th, 2013)
  26. Nine Ways to Get More Out of the Esri International User Conference (July 2nd, 2013)
  27. What I Learned as a Student in my First MOOC (June 27th, 2013)
  28. Moving from Manifold IMS to CartoDB and Leaflet (June 10th, 2013)
  29. Ten Things You Need to Know About Indoor Positioning (May 6th, 2013)
  30. American Sentinel University Adds a Geospatial Learning Lab and Badges to its Online Education Programs (May 1st, 2013)
  31. Pace University Faculty Member Prepares “GIS 101” MOOC (April 25th, 2013)
  32. Building the World’s First Geo-MOOC, Part 2 (April 22nd, 2013)
  33. Ten Things GIS Users Need to Know about GitHub (April 8th, 2013)
  34. Neighborhoods are Just Predefined Geofences (March 21st, 2013)
  35. Five Sources for Geography and GIS Education Resources and News (March 6th, 2013)
  36. The Arches Project: Turning Open Source GIS into a Heritage Inventory and Management System (February 25th, 2013)
  37. Building the World’s First Geo-MOOC: An Interview with Penn State’s Anthony Robinson (February 21st, 2013)
  38. GM Releases SDK for the Internet of Cars (February 13th, 2013)
  39. LocationTech: The Next Step for the Open Source Geospatial Software Community (February 6th, 2013)
  40. Location Codes: Better than Addresses? (February 6th, 2013)
  41. Space-Time Insight Takes Predictive Analytics to the Next Level (January 31st, 2013)
  42. Beyond the Geography Bee (January 28th, 2013)
  43. Ephemeral Location Sharing (January 23rd, 2013)
  44. GIS Business Model Check-up (January 17th, 2013)
  45. How skobbler Uses OpenStreetMap to Advantage (January 9th, 2013)
  46. Top 5 Non-Directions Magazine Articles from Fall 2012 (December 27th, 2012)
  47. Top 5 Directions Magazine Articles from Fall 2012 (December 27th, 2012)
  48. Top 5 Directions Magazine Government Articles from Fall 2012 (December 26th, 2012)
  49. Top 5 All Points Blog Posts from Fall 2012 (December 20th, 2012)
  50. Top 5 Directions Magazine Podcasts from Fall 2012 (December 19th, 2012)
  51. The Top Ten GIS Stories of 2012 (December 17th, 2012)
  52. CityMaps Provides More Than Just Maps of Cities (December 6th, 2012)
  53. Research Explores How to Keep Up With Changing Web Mapping Technology (December 5th, 2012)
  54. Nokia Rebrands Mapping: The Perspective from an Enterprise GIS Partner (November 20th, 2012)
  55. Naming Names (November 8th, 2012)
  56. URISA Celebrates the Past at GIS-Pro 2012, Whither the Future? (November 1st, 2012)
  57. Destination Spatial: Australia and New Zealand Aim High with Education and Job Recruitment Movement for GIS and Geospatial (October 29th, 2012)
  58. Digging into the Open Source Geospatial Software and OpenGeo Suite 3.0 (October 8th, 2012)
  59. A Brief History of Red and Blue on U.S. Elections Maps (October 4th, 2012)
  60. REAL Appeals Twice, But Court Continues to Rule in Favor of Move, Inc. on Real Estate Mapping Patent (September 27th, 2012)
  61. New Resources for GIS Job Seekers (September 17th, 2012)
  62. New Free GIS and Geography Teaching Resources (September 6th, 2012)
  63. Are You a Geogeek? (August 30th, 2012)
  64. New GIS Education Options for Fall 2012 (August 22nd, 2012)
  65. Takeaways from Esri UC 2012 (July 30th, 2012)
  66. An Action Plan to Make Geospatial Conferences More Engaging (July 19th, 2012)
  67. Ten Things Geospatial Organizations Should Do Before Sharing Big News With the Press (July 18th, 2012)
  68. Mapping Political Opinion by SSID (July 12th, 2012)
  69. New GIS-based Tools Let Students Try Their Hand at Watershed Management (June 28th, 2012)
  70. Thematic Map of Most Popular Website by Country (June 27th, 2012)
  71. Podcast: Is ArcGIS Online for Organizations for your Organization? (June 25th, 2012)
  72. GeoAtlantic 2012: The State of GIS in the Canadian Maritimes (June 21st, 2012)
  73. Ten Things You Need to Know About GPS (June 18th, 2012)
  74. A First in GIS Education: Long Island University’s Online Advanced Certificate in Mobile GIS Applications Development (June 11th, 2012)
  75. NYC Parking Regulations Mapped; Does it Serve Users Well? (June 7th, 2012)
  76. Oracle and Spatial: An Update (June 7th, 2012)
  77. Visiting All the U.S. Counties for Fun (May 30th, 2012)
  78. Can Geofeedia Provide Location-based Citizen Input to Journalists? (May 23rd, 2012)
  79. Bike Score Rates (and Maps) Bikeability (May 21st, 2012)
  80. PolyZoom: See Details of Map Along with Context (May 17th, 2012)
  81. Not the Game of Life, But a Map of Life (May 15th, 2012)
  82. Do Children in the Backseat of Cars Have Less Complete Mental Maps of their Neighborhoods? (May 10th, 2012)
  83. Web Media Outlets Take On Mapping (May 9th, 2012)
  84. Would a Game Get You Involved in Planning Your City? (May 9th, 2012)
  85. Envelope with White Powder Appears at Greenwich, CT GIS Department (May 3rd, 2012)
  86. A Review: Key Resources on GIS and Health (May 3rd, 2012)
  87. Will the train be stopping at Esri? (May 2nd, 2012)
  88. GIS: Still An Under the Radar Job (May 1st, 2012)
  89. TerraGo and GeoPDF Continue to Serve Map Users (April 30th, 2012)
  90. Ten Things You Need to Know About OpenStreetMap (April 19th, 2012)
  91. Takeaways From the Free and Open Source Software for Geospatial North America (#FOSS4GNA) 2012 (April 16th, 2012)
  92. Is Intergraph’s New GeoMedia Smart Client for You? (April 9th, 2012)
  93. Thermopylae Sciences and Technology is “Silicon Valley in the Beltway” (March 21st, 2012)
  94. An Analysis of Geospatial Banner Ads (2012) (March 8th, 2012)
  95. News from the NSGIC Midyear Meeting 2012: COGO Tackles a Geospatial Report Card and Data Sharing, Wyoming Collects Parcels from Assessors (March 5th, 2012)
  96. Should All GIS Users Learn to Code? (February 27th, 2012)
  97. Ten Things You Need to Know about Open Source Geospatial Software (February 22nd, 2012)
  98. Safe Software Execs Address the State of GIS and FME 2012 (February 16th, 2012)
  99. What is Pitney Bowes Software’s Geosk? (February 2nd, 2012)
  100. Top 10 “Directions on the News” Podcasts (December 27th, 2011)
  101. Our Editor’s Choice of the Top 5 All Point Blog Posts and “Worth a Click” Items (December 22nd, 2011)
  102. The Top Ten GIS Stories of 2011 (December 15th, 2011)
  103. Directions Magazine Editors Look Back at 2011; Make Bold Predictions for 2012 (December 13th, 2011)
  104. EduContribution to Turn Nonprofits’ GIS Needs into University Level Educational Material (November 30th, 2011)
  105. The View from Here: Traveling the Highways and Byways of Social Media (November 21st, 2011)
  106. Five Ways to Make Your GIS Cover Letter and Resume Stand Out (November 3rd, 2011)
  107. Geospatial Company Tweets Revisited (October 20th, 2011)
  108. NEURISA Day: Networking New England GIS Users (October 6th, 2011)
  109. The View from Here: A Trio of Observations (October 3rd, 2011)
  110. Why Did Rosum Sell Out? (September 21st, 2011)
  111. The Top Five Skills Needed to Have a Successful GIS Career (September 13th, 2011)
  112. The View from Here: A Geographer Looks at the Pan-Mass Challenge (August 28th, 2011)
  113. Locking Down Your Geodata with VectorLock (August 4th, 2011)
  114. The Esri International User Conference 2011 Takeaways and Big Ideas (July 18th, 2011)
  115. Is It Time to Remove the Term “Virtual” From our Mapping Vocabularies? (June 29th, 2011)
  116. Do the “Hot Topics” in Geospatial Unite or Divide Us? (June 22nd, 2011)
  117. What Ever Happened To…? (June 8th, 2011)
  118. Enhancing Engagement in Geospatial Presentations (May 26th, 2011)
  119. EdRover: A Compelling Location-based Service for School Boosters (May 19th, 2011)
  120. Couchbase: Taking NoSQL and Geo to the Next Level (May 4th, 2011)
  121. Geojargon Survey Results and Analysis (April 13th, 2011)
  122. Born to be a Geographer? (April 7th, 2011)
  123. A Weekend of Presentations: Ignite Spatial Boston and the Teaching and Learning with Technology Symposium (March 31st, 2011)
  124. Takeaways from the NSGIC Midyear 2011 (March 7th, 2011)
  125. How Well Do You Know These Geo Terms? A Survey (March 7th, 2011)
  126. Reactions to the Nationwide Broadband Map (February 22nd, 2011)
  127. NoSQL Databases:  What Geospatial Users Need to Know (February 16th, 2011)
  128. When is a Map Not a Map? (February 6th, 2011)
  129. Revisiting the Path to GISP: Is it Time to Add an Examination? (January 31st, 2011)
  130. Esri Federal User Conference Takeaways (January 25th, 2011)
  131. Human Behavior, Geodata Collection and Sharing: Two Stories (January 19th, 2011)
  132. GeoDesign Summit 2011: Don’t Worry, Do Geodesign (January 10th, 2011)
  133. The Top Ten of 2010 (December 19th, 2010)
  134. Looking at Esri’s New Technical Certification (December 15th, 2010)
  135. Book Review: OpenStreetMap: Using and Enhancing the Free Map of the World (December 14th, 2010)
  136. The Friction of Distance and Today’s High Schoolers (December 8th, 2010)
  137. A Day with New England GIS Educators (November 21st, 2010)
  138. Why Share Your Organization’s Data with a Consolidator? (November 9th, 2010)
  139. Takeaways from NEURISA Day 2010 (October 31st, 2010)
  140. Enterprise LBS Developers Shun GPS/Wi-Fi for Network-centric Location (October 6th, 2010)
  141. An Analysis of Corporate Geospatial Tweets (September 29th, 2010)
  142. LI GeoCloud: The Cloud Matures (September 26th, 2010)
  143. Book Review: “Interacting with Geospatial Technologies” by Muki Haklay (September 14th, 2010)
  144. Podcast: Is it Time to Reposition LBS and VGI? (September 6th, 2010)
  145. The Tragic State of Pitching the Geospatial Press (August 5th, 2010)
  146. Move, Inc. Wins Real Estate Mapping Patent Case over REAL, Ltd. (July 29th, 2010)
  147. Takeaways from the Esri UC 2010 (July 22nd, 2010)
  148. Following Esri UC from a Distance via Social Media (July 22nd, 2010)
  149. A Hallway Conversation: Can You Locate Me Now? (July 21st, 2010)
  150. FGDC Discusses NGAC Nomination Process, Geospatial Platform Initiative Status (June 9th, 2010)
  151. Ten Suggestions for Those Who Write About Local GIS Implementations (June 3rd, 2010)
  152. Maponics Launches Another Specialty Dataset: Maponics School Boundaries (May 20th, 2010)
  153. A Hallway Conversation with PromoteGIS’ Mehdi Bokhari (May 14th, 2010)
  154. Catching up with Allen Carroll, National Geographic’s Chief Cartographer, and introducing the Global Action Atlas (May 13th, 2010)
  155. Takeaways From the MidAmerica GIS Consortium Symposium 2010 (April 28th, 2010)
  156. Why Are We So Interested in Company and Brand Names? (April 22nd, 2010)
  157. A Hallway Conversation with SpatialCloud’s Mark Korver and Joshua McNary (April 16th, 2010)
  158. The View From Here: Those Other Ways Companies Know Where You Are (April 15th, 2010)
  159. A Hallway Conversation with Darrin Clement, CEO of Maponics, Data Provider to Twitter (April 2nd, 2010)
  160. A Hallway Conversation with Chris Markuson, GIS Manager and GISCorps Volunteer (March 26th, 2010)
  161. A Hallway Conversation with the Team from DDTI on Everything Addressing (March 19th, 2010)
  162. NSGIC MidYear Wrap Up: Frustration in Annapolis (March 17th, 2010)
  163. The Secret Geography of Bus Riders (March 4th, 2010)
  164. A Hallway Conversation with Geolenz CTO Brian Knoth (February 26th, 2010)
  165. Why Geospatial Users and Developers Should Know Their GPU from their CPU (February 24th, 2010)
  166. A Hallway Conversation with the Duo Behind the Award Winning Wayfinder NYC App (February 15th, 2010)
  167. A Hallway Conversation with Diana Sinton, University of Redlands, about Geodesign (February 5th, 2010)
  168. A Hallway Conversation with Crispin Flower about ArcSquirrel (January 29th, 2010)
  169. Pondering Twitter’s Acquisition of Mixer Labs (January 21st, 2010)
  170. Safe Founders Introduce FME 2010 (January 15th, 2010)
  171. GeoDesign Summit Reflections (January 14th, 2010)
  172. A Hallway Conversation with Mano Marks, Developer Advocate, Google (January 8th, 2010)
  173. Top Ten of 2009 (January 4th, 2010)
  174. A Hallway Conversation with Ken Snyder, President and CEO, PlaceMatters (December 18th, 2009)
  175. Apps vs. Applications (December 17th, 2009)
  176. A Hallway Conversation with Learon Dalby, NSGIC Past President (December 11th, 2009)
  177. A Hallway Conversation with Ziv Baum, CEO, Zipano Technologies (December 4th, 2009)
  178. Implications for Twitter’s Geolocation API (November 24th, 2009)
  179. A Hallway Conversation with Jay Tilley, Senior VP, Sanborn (November 20th, 2009)
  180. The View From Here: Changing Perceptions - Looking Back at the World From 20, and Forward From 45 (November 19th, 2009)
  181. A Hallway Conversation with Stefan Knecht, CIO, United Maps (November 13th, 2009)
  182. Watching the Geospatial Resumes Come In (November 12th, 2009)
  183. A Hallway Conversation with Maarten Oldenhof, CEO, Automotive Navigation Data (November 6th, 2009)
  184. Quick Takes on Companies and Ideas at the 2009 Location Intelligence Conference (October 29th, 2009)
  185. Updating Directions Media’s Press Release Policy (October 28th, 2009)
  186. A Hallway Conversation with Carl Reed, CTO, Open Geospatial Consortium (October 23rd, 2009)
  187. Growing Jobs in Small Businesses: Bringing Business Analyst Online to the Little Guy (October 22nd, 2009)
  188. Location Intelligence Conference 2009 Takeaways (October 15th, 2009)
  189. Round Up of Location Intelligence Conference Coverage (October 15th, 2009)
  190. Video: Google Maps and Parcel Geocoding (October 13th, 2009)
  191. MapInfo Professional 10.0 Rollout Tour: When the Hype Stays Home (October 1st, 2009)
  192. The View from Here: The Geoblogosphere in 2009 (September 9th, 2009)
  193. Video: Back to School - A ‘New to Me’ Analytical Tool (September 2nd, 2009)
  194. Video: Back to School - GeoRSS and GeoFeeder (August 31st, 2009)
  195. Eight Software Terms End Users Should Know (August 27th, 2009)
  196. Video: Back to School - A ‘New to Me’ Cartographic Tool (August 26th, 2009)
  197. Hyperlocal News the Old Fashioned Way: The Yard Sign (August 17th, 2009)
  198. Video: Back to School - Web Map Interface Critique (August 13th, 2009)
  199. Video: Back to School - Flash as Web Format (July 29th, 2009)
  200. Video: Back to School - Flash as Web Format (July 29th, 2009)
  201. Winners of #ESRIUC Tweet Contest (July 23rd, 2009)
  202. ESRI User Conference 2009 Themes (July 20th, 2009)
  203. OGC Geospatial Rights Management Summit: Moving the Discussion Forward (June 26th, 2009)
  204. GIS Cartography: A Guide to Effective Map Design by Gretchen N. Peterson (June 22nd, 2009)
  205. FME User Conference 2009: FME Lessens Friction in a Rough Economy (June 19th, 2009)
  206. GIS for a Changing Health Landscape (June 15th, 2009)
  207. Visual Fusion 4.0: Getting the Enterprise Excited about Visualization (June 11th, 2009)
  208. earthmine Introduces Virtual Graffiti and Virtual (and real world) Ads via Wild Style City (June 1st, 2009)
  209. New York State Geospatial Summit: GIS Energy Directed Inward (May 28th, 2009)
  210. Advice from Geospatial Startups (May 21st, 2009)
  211. ImageTree: From Forest Inventory Analysis to Serving the CIA (May 14th, 2009)
  212. Rich Internet Application Frameworks for Mapping: An Introduction for Non-programmers (April 30th, 2009)
  213. Oracle Buys Sun: What Happens to MySQL? (April 23rd, 2009)
  214. The View from Here: Will GPS-enabled Laptops Use Desktop GIS Products? (April 16th, 2009)
  215. Publisher or Seeker: Who is responsible for the flow of information in the age of new media? (March 26th, 2009)
  216. Using Location as a Weapon against Online Fraud (March 23rd, 2009)
  217. The View from Here: Location Matters, but Does the SXSWi Perspective on Location Matter to Professionals? (March 19th, 2009)
  218. Geospatial One-Stop Update: More Filters, Formats and Figures (March 12th, 2009)
  219. Maponics Releases API to its Data to Better Serve its Customers (March 5th, 2009)
  220. NSGIC Mid-Year Theme: Communication (March 2nd, 2009)
  221. GIS = (February 26th, 2009)
  222. The View from Here: So Much News, So Little Time (February 12th, 2009)
  223. Autodesk Announces 2010 Product Releases: Geospatial Highlights (February 11th, 2009)
  224. Check ‘I Agree’ to Continue – The Scary Yet Intriguing Truth about Web Mapping Terms of Service (January 29th, 2009)
  225. COGO Letter to Congress RE: National Geospatial Infrastructure & Economic Recovery (January 28th, 2009)
  226. Crime Mapping Wave (January 15th, 2009)
  227. Top Ten of 2008 - Why is this year different from all others? (December 17th, 2008)
  228. Five Questions on Tele Atlas’ Agreement with the Survey of India (December 9th, 2008)
  229. Five Questions about Quova On-Demand (December 8th, 2008)
  230. The View From Here: Thoughts on the Perennial Right/Left Problem (December 4th, 2008)
  231. Using Demographic Data and Surveys to Generate (Geospatial) Press Buzz (November 13th, 2008)
  232. The View From Here: Geographic Technology Terms to Avoid (or at Least Clarify…) (October 30th, 2008)
  233. The View From Here: A Change in Context (October 16th, 2008)
  234. FOSS4G 2008 Cape Town, South Africa: Internet Roundup (October 8th, 2008)
  235. AGI GeoCommunity ‘08: Hits and Misses (October 1st, 2008)
  236. FortiusOne to Release GeoCommons Maker! Oct 1: Take Notice! (September 24th, 2008)
  237. Five Questions for US DOT GIO Steve Lewis (September 24th, 2008)
  238. Five Questions about Global Map Systems’ LOGIQ PDF Solution (September 17th, 2008)
  239. MapInfo Professional Roadshow: Focus Groups and New Tools, Oh My! (September 17th, 2008)
  240. The View from Here: Questions and Follow Ups for Fall 2008 (September 11th, 2008)
  241. Three Takeaways from ESRI UC 2008 (August 13th, 2008)
  242. ESRI UC Exhibits: Three Small Companies and Their Clever Ideas (August 11th, 2008)
  243. ESRI UC: Technical Keynotes (August 7th, 2008)
  244. Primer: GeoJSON (July 30th, 2008)
  245. A Sense of Place En Route (July 30th, 2008)
  246. The View from Here: Confidence, Hearsay and Easy-to-Use GIS (July 24th, 2008)
  247. Interview with Safe Software and WeoGeo on Cloud Computing (July 17th, 2008)
  248. Safe Software and WeoGeo Announce the Next Step in Geospatial Cloud Computing (July 17th, 2008)
  249. What I Learned Moving to a Mac (July 14th, 2008)
  250. Naming Names (June 26th, 2008)
  251. A Look at COGO, The Coalition of Geospatial Organizations (June 23rd, 2008)
  252. Five Questions with Susan Marlow About Parcel Datasets (June 19th, 2008)
  253. Five Questions (Plus One) About Korem’s Mapworkspace (June 18th, 2008)
  254. Serendipity in News and Travel (June 11th, 2008)
  255. Five Questions About the Earth Knowledge Portal (June 11th, 2008)
  256. Issues and Ideas from the New York State Geospatial Summit 2008 (May 29th, 2008)
  257. (Geo)technology 2008 - Findability, Accessibility, Portability (May 28th, 2008)
  258. Key Where 2.0 Announcements for the Geospatial Professional (May 22nd, 2008)
  259. Five Questions About Avencia’s Sajara (May 21st, 2008)
  260. The LI 15 Minute Update: Short Conversations with Geo Technology and Data Providers – Part 2 (May 9th, 2008)
  261. The LI 15 Minute Update: Short Conversations with Geo Technology and Data Providers – Part 1 (May 7th, 2008)
  262. Location Intelligence 2008: Maturing Market Players Look for New Relationships (May 6th, 2008)
  263. GCI Sells Maptech (April 30th, 2008)
  264. 17th Annual GIS SIG Draws Genesee/Finger Lakes Region Geospatial Users to Tackle Local and Universal Challenges (April 28th, 2008)
  265. Satellite Imagery Production Grows Up: Land Cover for Local Governments (April 24th, 2008)
  266. Maps in the News and News in Maps - A Conversation with Amy Gahran (March 20th, 2008)
  267. New Dimensions in Spatial ETL: Safe Software’s FME User Conference 2008 (March 17th, 2008)
  268. Autodesk Positions Itself for 2008 and Beyond (February 22nd, 2008)
  269. ImagePatch: Updating Imagery One Patch at a Time (February 18th, 2008)
  270. Neighborhood Boundaries: The Next Big Thing in Geographic Data (February 12th, 2008)
  271. CEGIS Response to NRC Report (February 6th, 2008)
  272. Emerging Tech You Should Know About: Jing (January 23rd, 2008)
  273. Agile Practices - An Introduction (January 17th, 2008)
  274. Top Ten of 2007 (January 2nd, 2008)
  275. Educational Product Review: AGIS (A Geospatial Industry Series) (December 4th, 2007)
  276. Does a Big Week for Google Maps News Mean a Big Week for GIS Practitioners? (November 29th, 2007)
  277. Is a Geographic Appliance in Your Future? (November 28th, 2007)
  278. What I learned at deCarta’s devCON 2007 (November 25th, 2007)
  279. devCON07 (November 14th, 2007)
  280. Geography Awareness Week 2007 (November 13th, 2007)
  281. CityGML Comes of Age (November 6th, 2007)
  282. Local News Aggregation: Compelling or Repelling? (November 5th, 2007)
  283. The Maturation of the Software Buyer (October 16th, 2007)
  284. FOSS4G 2007: Open Source Geospatial Matures (October 2nd, 2007)
  285. My Take: Open Source Libraries of Map Projections - The Significance of Autodesk’s Acquisition of Mentor Software (September 25th, 2007)
  286. Exploring WeoGeo with Paul Bissett (September 22nd, 2007)
  287. MetaCarta Brings Geographic Alerts to the Media (September 21st, 2007)
  288. A Graphic Tour of WeoGeo (September 21st, 2007)
  289. The View from Here (September 12th, 2007)
  290. The View from Here (August 16th, 2007)
  291. MAPPS Summer Meeting: MAPPS Goes Geospatial (July 19th, 2007)
  292. MAPPS vs. US: Finding Common Ground (July 6th, 2007)
  293. Leica TITAN and the TITAN Network: The Next GeoData Sharing Solution? (June 14th, 2007)
  294. Tackling Issues on the Edges of Geospatial: The New York State Geospatial Summit (June 14th, 2007)
  295. Taking Advantage of Today’s ‘Smarter’ GIS Data Formats: A Graphic Tour of the New Curvefitter Extension for FME (May 31st, 2007)
  296. MetaCarta Users Tap Unstructured Data for New Geographic Uses (May 30th, 2007)
  297. Four Tech Tools Today’s Geo Professional Should Know About (May 25th, 2007)
  298. deCarta and Yahoo! Part Ways: Two Perspectives (May 21st, 2007)
  299. What’s New in Autodesk 2008 Geospatial Products: My Take on the Experience the Possibilities Tour (May 17th, 2007)
  300. GeoCommons: Bringing Data and Mashups to Professionals and Citizens Alike (May 17th, 2007)
  301. Location Intelligence 2007 Takeaways (April 26th, 2007)
  302. Exploring Yahoo! Pipes (March 29th, 2007)
  303. ESRI Developer Summit/Business Partner Conference 2007 Coverage (March 22nd, 2007)
  304. A Graphic Tour of Google’s KML Search (March 1st, 2007)
  305. Has There Been Enough Response to the MAPPS Litigation? (February 21st, 2007)
  306. Google KML Search: What Does it Mean for Geospatial Professionals? (February 16th, 2007)
  307. SiRF and Skyhook to Offer Hybrid GPS/Wi-Fi Location Solution (February 8th, 2007)
  308. Directions on the News - February 6, 2007 (February 5th, 2007)
  309. USGS in 2007: Moving Forward (January 25th, 2007)
  310. Notes from the ESRI Federal User Conference Exhibit (January 16th, 2007)
  311. Top Ten of 2006 (January 4th, 2007)
  312. A Reader’s Guide to Geoblogs (December 7th, 2006)
  313. Location Technology Snapshot 2006: Looking for the iPod Experience (November 24th, 2006)
  314. Microsoft/Vexcel and NAVTEQ/Traffic.com: One Acquisition Integrated, One Just Announced (November 9th, 2006)
  315. OSGeo Offers Up a Tiling Specification (November 2nd, 2006)
  316. The View from Here (October 26th, 2006)
  317. ESRI 9.2 Rollout Seminar (October 18th, 2006)
  318. Update: GIS and the Hawaii Earthquake (October 18th, 2006)
  319. Safe Software at 13 (October 16th, 2006)
  320. NSGIC Trends (October 12th, 2006)
  321. Geosemble: Automating Geospatial Data Integration (September 28th, 2006)
  322. DM Solutions Announces Formal Open Source GIS Support Program (September 13th, 2006)
  323. Data, Data…Who’s Got the Data? (August 31st, 2006)
  324. Tele Atlas’ Map Insight (August 30th, 2006)
  325. A First Look at Tele Atlas’ Map Insight (August 30th, 2006)
  326. The View from Here (August 16th, 2006)
  327. ESRI User Conference News You Might Have Missed (August 10th, 2006)
  328. Curt Tomlinson on the Business of Mapping Mashups (July 27th, 2006)
  329. Placebase Innovates Again (July 27th, 2006)
  330. Governments Continue to Launch Mapping Websites: What’s New? (July 19th, 2006)
  331. The View from Here (July 17th, 2006)
  332. GeoEye Continues 3D Airport Mapping (July 11th, 2006)
  333. SkylineGlobe.com: A Whole New World (June 30th, 2006)
  334. The View from Here (June 23rd, 2006)
  335. Conference Report: New York State GeoSpatial Summit 2006 (June 15th, 2006)
  336. MapGuide Enterprise Leaves Space Dock (June 10th, 2006)
  337. Fun with GeoRSS (June 9th, 2006)
  338. Maps of Intrigue (June 3rd, 2006)
  339. MapInfo Embraces Web Services (May 23rd, 2006)
  340. PAGIS: GIS in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania (May 17th, 2006)
  341. Conference Report: ESRI’s Business GeoInfo Summit (May 16th, 2006)
  342. Telcontar offers Commercial Map Web Service (May 15th, 2006)
  343. Conference Report: NEGIS 2006 (May 11th, 2006)
  344. The View from Here (April 26th, 2006)
  345. MapQuest Continues to Redefine Itself (April 17th, 2006)
  346. Location Intelligence 2006: Ten Ideas of Note (April 13th, 2006)
  347. Google Maps Licensing Got You Down? Try Pushpin! (April 4th, 2006)
  348. Autodesk ISD in 2006 and the Launch of Autodesk Map 3D 2007 (March 29th, 2006)
  349. The View from Here (March 21st, 2006)
  350. Ask.com and its Maps 2.0: A Delicate Balance (March 20th, 2006)
  351. Bentley Adds KML Support to MicroStation (March 15th, 2006)
  352. Other Points: A New Service on All Points Blog (March 10th, 2006)
  353. Too Quiet? (March 6th, 2006)
  354. Open Source Geospatial Foundation: Big Strides in Chicago (February 5th, 2006)
  355. Editorial: On Advertising (February 2nd, 2006)
  356. Book Review: Google Maps Hacks (February 1st, 2006)
  357. Shortcuts to Knowledge (January 30th, 2006)
  358. Book Review: Ambient Findability (January 22nd, 2006)
  359. Quick Takes (January 19th, 2006)
  360. Microsoft and GeoTango (January 16th, 2006)
  361. The View from Here (January 12th, 2006)
  362. Top Ten of 2005 (January 2nd, 2006)
  363. MapServer Foundation: Two Weeks On (December 15th, 2005)
  364. On the Floor at Autodesk University (December 11th, 2005)
  365. Autodesk’s Chris Bradshaw on Tux (December 9th, 2005)
  366. MapServer Gallery (December 6th, 2005)
  367. MapServer Community, Autodesk Announce MapServer Foundation (November 28th, 2005)
  368. Will Patent Threat Bust Real Estate Boom in Geospatial? (November 25th, 2005)
  369. The View from Here - October 27, 2005 (October 27th, 2005)
  370. Trucking Along (October 25th, 2005)
  371. MetaCarta Implements Machine Learning, Connects with Document Management (October 24th, 2005)
  372. Interview: A Very Spatial Podcast Hosts Jesse Rouse and Susan Bergeron (October 16th, 2005)
  373. Editorial: Geospatial and New Media (October 13th, 2005)
  374. NSGIC 2005 Annual Meeting: Key Themes (September 29th, 2005)
  375. NGTOC by the Numbers: It’s Rolla, Not Denver (September 28th, 2005)
  376. Missouri Officials Question USGS Decision on Denver Location for NGTOC (September 25th, 2005)
  377. ORBIMAGE Acquires Space Imaging: The Past and the Future (September 21st, 2005)
  378. Denver to be home to USGS National Geospatial Technical Operations Center; Competitive Sourcing Study to Begin Immediately (September 19th, 2005)
  379. Space Imaging Responds to Katrina: A Look Behind the Scenes (September 13th, 2005)
  380. GlobeXplorer Acquires AirPhotoUSA (September 12th, 2005)
  381. Microsoft Previews New MapPoint Web Service and MSN Virtual Earth Application Programming Interface (September 12th, 2005)
  382. GIS Vendors Respond to Katrina (September 10th, 2005)
  383. Designing Better Maps: A Guide for GIS Users (September 3rd, 2005)
  384. The Dead Man’s Switch (August 19th, 2005)
  385. Phone-based GPS-based Games: Missing Pieces? (August 17th, 2005)
  386. Measure for Measure (August 12th, 2005)
  387. GITA 2005 Geospatial Technology Report (August 10th, 2005)
  388. Geographic (and Other Types) of Metadata in the Newsroom (August 8th, 2005)
  389. MSN Virtual Earth: A Week After Launch (August 3rd, 2005)
  390. MSN Virtual Earth Goes Beta at Opening of ESRI User Conference (August 2nd, 2005)
  391. ArcGIS 9.2 Product Update (August 2nd, 2005)
  392. On the Floor (August 2nd, 2005)
  393. GITA and AAG Tackle the Geospatial Workforce (July 31st, 2005)
  394. Takeaways from the 2005 ESRI User Conference (July 29th, 2005)
  395. KML Gets Two Thumbs Up from File Format Experts (July 23rd, 2005)
  396. GOS 2 - Early Review (July 18th, 2005)
  397. Stop the Madness! (July 16th, 2005)
  398. Book Review: Web Mapping Illustrated (July 12th, 2005)
  399. Navman Sport.Tool R300 GPS (July 10th, 2005)
  400. Latest Mapping Technologies: More than Meets the Eye (July 8th, 2005)
  401. Google Earthrise (June 28th, 2005)
  402. Book Review: Mapping Hacks (June 25th, 2005)
  403. What the Open Source Geospatial Community Can Learn from the Apache Software Foundation (June 22nd, 2005)
  404. Open Source Geospatial ‘05: Ten Ideas Worthy of Note (June 22nd, 2005)
  405. MetaCarta—A Big Idea (June 20th, 2005)
  406. Man and Machine: Human Errors Lengthen the Lakeshore Marathon (June 10th, 2005)
  407. Where Are We Getting Our Information? (June 1st, 2005)
  408. Geography and Games (May 29th, 2005)
  409. Open Source Spatial Technologies Grow Up (May 23rd, 2005)
  410. Bounty Hunters (May 20th, 2005)
  411. The Conference Issue (May 14th, 2005)
  412. Location Technology and Business Intelligence 2005: Nine Ideas Worthy of Note (May 12th, 2005)
  413. GeoSpatial World 2005 (May 2nd, 2005)
  414. Adobe Buys Macromedia: Impact for the Geospatial Community? (April 20th, 2005)
  415. On Intellectual Property, Licensing and Publishing (April 19th, 2005)
  416. Autodesk Investor Day (April 12th, 2005)
  417. Google Integrates Keyhole into Google Maps (April 9th, 2005)
  418. Reactions to Google’s Satellite Imagery Integration (April 8th, 2005)
  419. USGS Explores the Future (April 4th, 2005)
  420. Software Cost vs.Value (March 29th, 2005)
  421. Congress Asks Government Accountability Office to Look at Alaska Native Corporations and No-Bid Contracts (March 24th, 2005)
  422. FGDC Future Directions (March 22nd, 2005)
  423. Autodesk and ESRI: The Evolving Role of Third Parties (March 21st, 2005)
  424. National Geospatial Programs Office Update (March 17th, 2005)
  425. Tackling the Tsunami Relief Effort from a World Away (March 14th, 2005)
  426. Vision for Professional Organizations (March 10th, 2005)
  427. Tadpole-Cartesia Gets New Name, Celartem Merges US Holdings and More (March 10th, 2005)
  428. New Iterations of Autodesk Civil 3D and Autodesk Map (March 9th, 2005)
  429. Space Imaging Sale, Microsoft Updates Online Mapping and More (March 6th, 2005)
  430. NICS: Working Toward Better Use of Statistics (March 2nd, 2005)
  431. Autodesk Hits $1 Billion in 2004 (February 28th, 2005)
  432. The GIS Train: Cresting the Hill and Slowing Down (February 26th, 2005)
  433. New Geo Ideas Sell, Open Source Leaders Encourage Boycott, Microsoft Research Taps into Relationships and more (February 25th, 2005)
  434. Who Owns Webpages? (February 23rd, 2005)
  435. ER Mapper Supports Open Source, New Yahoo and Google Offerings, Bulk Geocoding for Business and more (February 21st, 2005)
  436. The Technology Behind Google Maps (February 19th, 2005)
  437. More on Google Maps’ Web Technology (February 19th, 2005)
  438. Changes at USGS (February 15th, 2005)
  439. Too Much News (February 14th, 2005)
  440. Degree of Necessity (February 14th, 2005)
  441. What’s the Big Deal About Geography Network? (July 12th, 2001)
  442. Microsoft MapPoint 2002 Review (June 14th, 2001)
  443. GIS ASPs: Ready for Action? (June 7th, 2001)
  444. Fired Mapmaker Arouses National Controversy (May 25th, 2001)
  445. An Interview with Blue Marble’s Jeff Cole (May 18th, 2001)
  446. A Look at the GIS Side of Intergraph’s Q1 Results (May 4th, 2001)
  447. Leica Acquires ERDAS, LH Systems; Expands its Focus on the GIS/RS Market (April 30th, 2001)
  448. GIS at Autodesk: An Interview with Kim Davis (April 26th, 2001)
  449. The World in a Box Reviewed (March 30th, 2001)
  450. John Sailor Remembered (March 29th, 2001)
  451. Lasoo:  The Best of the Spatial Web Searches (March 12th, 2001)
  452. Podunk Towns Hit the Web (March 1st, 2001)
  453. Industry Loses Scott Elliott (January 19th, 2001)

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