This week we mull over the announcements and news from the Where Conference held last week in San Francisco. It’s supposed to be about the business of location. So how’s business? What’s hot? What’s old news?
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From Where 2.0 To Just Where; With Meh 2.0 Somewhere In The Middle | Gary's Bloggage
StayGeo: Esri Maps for Office to add new dimension to Business
Getting the Most from Esri's Free Online GIS - Professional Surveyor
Where 2012 - Day Three | Google Earth Blog
CartoDB | Blog, Enjoy working with geospatial data
2012 State of Google's Map - GIS Biz News
Google Maps now covers 75% of global pop, 26 million miles of directions | ZDNet
Tim O'Reilly on the Future of Location: "The Guy with the Most Data Wins" - Forbes
Where 2012 - Day Two | Google Earth Blog
Where 2012 - Day One | Google Earth Blog
A New Geocoder from Foursquare - Forbes
Nokia's "Where Platform" - Directions Magazine
Urban Airship Announces â€śSegmentsâ€ť - All Points Blog
Socrata Launches Mondara Bringing Online Maps to the Other 99% - Directions Magazine
Cartifact Announces Map Innovation Award Competition - Directions Magazine
Finally, an App Thatâ€™s as Alive as the Cities It Lives In. Introducing MyCityWay Now. | EON: Enhanced Online News
MyCityWay - Home
200 million Facebook users tagged by location on a monthly basis | ZDNet
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