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Are there terms you come across in your day to day work whose definitions still seem fuzzy? Do you “sort of” know what they mean, but if pressed you couldn’t confidently provide a definition? Our editors share some terms that still make them uncomfortable and offer...Read more
National Geographic Society’s 125th Anniversary Gala was June 13. Several folks who are well-known were honored for outstanding contributions: Felix Baumgartner, Howard G. Buffett, James Cameron, Sylvia A. Earle, Alex Trebek and Edward O. Wilson.
DigitalGlobe, Colorado’s highest-flying tech company—literally—reportedly plans to add more than 500 jobs and is considering relocating its corporate headquarters within the Denver-Boulder area.
Homer Township [IL] officials this week voted to send a letter to the Will County Board in support of a resolution banning the use of aerial photos of private property for code enforcement.
Those against the use of imagery, used and taken without the property...Read more
Harvard's Program on Humanitarian Policy and Conflict Research published a new report titled Sharing Space: Adapting Military
Approaches to Geospatial Analysis for Humanitarian Response and the Documentation of Human Rights Abuses (pdf).