Here's the recent geonews that we haven't mentioned yet, in batch mode.
On the open source front:
- You can now animate your maps with the GeoServer WMS Animator Tool
- Here I found out about oculu-Z, an open source, open data platform for collaborative Computer Vision technology
- Want to know where OpenStreetMap is heading? Read this entry on the OpenStreetMap Foundation Board. Related to OSM, TripAdvisor now uses OpenStreetMap
- DM shared the first of a series of articles on open source geospatial software in the classroom, called Open Source Desktop GIS: Let’s Get Started
- APB mentions the Ushahidi2ArcGIS prototype, which imports Ushahidi data into ArcGIS
- I could only smile when I learned about the PostGIS Day, a day after 'GIS Day'
- gvSIG shares 60 new case studies
In the everything-else category:
- APB reports about an estimation of Esri's worldwide market share at 40.7% in 2010
- MapQuest wants to make certain we know that they don't have preset limits on their free Map API transactions
- DM shares an article named Effective Offshore GIS Data Management Services
- SS informs us that Trimble launched custom printed maps with MyTopo, for the U.S. and Canada
- The Map Room shares lists of Map Books of to help us with our Christmas gifts, TMR also reviews Maphead by Ken Jennings
- V1 discuss a EU Geographical Indications (GI) Scheme report, what ? "The aim of this program is to geographically assign product names, for example, champagne can only come from the Champagne region of France."
In the maps category:
- O'Reilly shares what they call A better U.S. migration [interactive] map
- The popular xkcd cartoon share a funny and geeky cartoon on what your favorite map projection says about you