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Tuesday, March 14th 2006
by Hal Reid

When it comes to data manipulation, most people still use Microsoft Excel. Everybody has it; most people can use it; therefore its limitations may be more readily accepted. SRC has developed a data manipulation product that is more focused on spatial data, large data sets and speed in creating data transforms. Hal Reid provides an overview.

Tuesday, March 14th 2006
by Hal Reid

For the past month, Hal Reid has been using the Pharos Traveler GPS 525 personal navigation PDA. It has been to Nashville, Auburn University (Alabama) twice, Georgia Tech (Atlanta), Ft. Steward (Georgia) and various other places around central Georgia. He now has to admit that although at first he questioned the validity of owning such a device, he is now a believer.

Tuesday, February 7th 2006
by Hal Reid

There is a perpetual quest to “catch the wave” when marketing a new product. The quest is to be on the leading edge of demand, riding the wave of acceptance that is just beginning to crest. Everyone tries to do this, but not everyone succeeds. The recent release of Radius Studio on January 25 could hit the wave just right.

Tuesday, January 31st 2006
by Hal Reid

Hal Reid, an admitted multiple screen junkie, describes his latest find, the Matrox DualHead2Go. It runs mutliple screens in a variety of configurations.

Friday, January 27th 2006
by Michael Bishopp

District 8, a GIS package offered by the German based GfK Macon, is described on its Web site as a “regional planning” based GIS. Although regional planning may mean many things to an American audience, make no mistake, this product is squarely aimed at the business world. This article, by City of Lincoln, Oregon, GIS Coordinator Michael Bishopp, provides a review of the product.

Wednesday, January 11th 2006
by Paul Amos

Paul Amos first reviewed Terrain Navigator Pro 6.3 for Directions Magazine in July 2004. Here he offers an update for version 7.01. Terrain Navigator Pro is a software program that provides access to U.S. Geological Survey topographic quadrangle maps and USGS Digital Ortho Quarter Quads. The software allows the user seamless access to the topographic maps across the state or region purchased.

Sunday, October 23rd 2005
by Hal Reid

RouteMAP IMS 3.0 from ESRI is an out of the box solution for adding maps to existing web sites. Several things make this product unique. First,
ESRI licenses users to install RouteMAP IMS on their
server(s). Not only does this provide licensees the ability to
selectively add mapping features it also gives web masters and
developers the ability to seamlessly customize the look and feel of
RouteMAP IMS so it matches the graphics of their site…Read more.

Monday, July 11th 2005
by Paul Amos

MapInfo Professional version 8.0 is the latest release of MapInfo’s flagship desktop location intelligence software product. Read Paul Amos’ review of the latest version.

Sunday, July 10th 2005
by Adena Schutzberg

GPS is becoming ubiquitous. It’s in handheld games, phones, car navigation systems and many other everyday objects. One of the newer markets for GPS is for recreational and more competitive distance athletes. The latest entry into the space is from Navman, a division of Brunswick, a company known for its marine electronics instruments and car navigation devices. This article reviews the Navman Sport.Tool R300 GPS.

Saturday, May 21st 2005
by Hal Reid

With Version 4, ESRI’s BusinessMAP continues to provide good value and functionality in desktop mapping software. While the product primarily supports sales and marketing professionals with integrated links to personal information management software, BusinessMAP Version 4 continues it’s appeal to other professionals who simply need mapping software.

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