Introducing “Worth a Click”

By Directions Staff

The Worth a Click section of Directions Magazine has been around for a few months, but it's time to formally introduce it to you, our readers. Worth a Click (WAC) is a place where our editors share curated content from other sites that we think is indeed worth a click. Source publications to date include The New York Times, Dr. Dobbs Journal, ReadWriteWeb and Tech Review, among others. Topics range from NoSQL to augmented reality to cloud computing.

We highlight one WAC each day in our newsletter, but with 10 or more articles added a week, that’s just a sample. You can access all the WAC content via its Web page, RSS feed or dedicated Twitter account. And, of course, we welcome your suggestions for WACs via .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).

To give you a taste, here are some of the articles we've featured in the last few weeks.

Best Practices For Local Government Geospatial Programs - NGAC (pdf)

Augmented reality - the next mobile device battleground - IT Wire

One proximity-based app has nailed the triangulation problem - Tech Review

Oracle’s Sun Purchase: Grading the Results So Far - Seeking Alpha

Making the WNYC Census Map - Design Agitator Blog

Cloud Computing, Data Policy on Track to “Democratize” Satellite Mapping - Newswise

First Person: Frank Jacobs (The Strange Maps Guy) - Financial Times

Big Data Keynote Focuses on Analyzing Geolocational Data for Insights - eWeek

The Grill: W. Craig Fugate - Computerworld

Technology allows citizens to be part of redistricting process - USA Today

99% Invisible: the truth and lies of maps - KALW

The 20 mobile apps riding the new wave of location innovation - The Guardian

Beyond the touchscreen: interfaces of the future -

WhitePages Wants To Be Your Location-Aware Mobile Address Book - Forbes

Published Thursday, April 14th, 2011

Written by Directions Staff

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