Without further ado, here are the
Patrick Cunningham of Blue Marble Geographics, for the City of Glenwood Springs, CO, municipal mapping tool, based on Blue Marble's BeyondGeo.com.Blue Marble hosts the data on their BeyondGeo servers and the City of Glenwood's staff creates and maintains the map from their personal account.Click here to view the map.
Katia Zilber of Telmap Ltd, for the AndromedaTM Map Server.Telmap's mobile mapping applications (off-board navigation and mobile tracking) are based on the AndromedaTM Map Server, which enables features such as positioning, address and poi search, geocoding, reverse-geocoding, route planning and reporting.Click here to view the map.
Marco Noordeloos of the WorldFish Center, for ReefBase: A Global Information System on Coral Reefs. ReefBase is the world's largest online information system on coral reefs, serving scientists, managers, educators and others with a professional interest in these important natural resources.Click here to view the map.
Our congratulations to Patrick, Katia
and Marco, and we hope you will each enjoy your new SmartPhone,
courtesy of Microsoft.
Also, six lucky people were selected at
random to get a prize just for voting! The Grand Prize 15-inch Flat
Screen TV goes to Andy Morsell.TJ Abbenhaus, Gary Wilson, Ken
Lord, Steve Romanlewski and R.Fritz each have won a copy of Microsoft
Streets and Trips with a GPS receiver!
Stay tuned next week for Steve Lombardi's 2nd Annual Oscars of Web Mapping, in which he takes an amusing look at the entries, and awards many "Oscars" in categories that are completely arbitrary and capricious ... but hey, he's the guy who wrangles the prizes at Microsoft, so he's earned the privilege!