Ed Parsons is the Geospatial Technologist of Google, with responsibility for evangelising Google's mission to organise the world's information using g
Mapperz - The Mapping News Blog
Map and GIS News finding blog... for UK, Europe and Worldwide Maps... With so many Maps and GIS sites online now it is hard to find the good from the
Open Source GIS Blog
A blog devoted to Open Source GIS, Data, Analysis, Web Publishing, and Image Processing. The blog is written by an Epidemiologist and GIS Analyst who
Slashgeo is a bridge across space and time to gather the community of the geospatially interested. Slashgeo is open. Free to read. Free for anyone
Andy Turner is a University of Leeds Researcher and based in the School of Geography, Centre for Computational Geography (CCG). Andy's blog collates interesting articles that discuss spatial data and statistical analysis and is heavily focused on research applications around the use of spatial statistics.
ESRI have reorganised their support section and have split their interests into Communities. The communities themselves are seperated into 3 broad areas with multiple sub-section. Blogs and forums are linked from these sub-sections. Blogs are generally written by members of the ESRI team and are a great way to keep up to date with what is new in ArcGIS.
- Defense and Intelligence
- Health and Human Services
- Location Analytics
- Mapping and Charting
- Natural Resources
- Ocean and maratime
- Public Safety
- Utilities and Communication
- 3D GIS
- Analysis and Geoprocessing
- ArcGIS Content
- Enterprise GIS
- Mobile Applications
- Products and Solutions
- Web Apps
- 3D GIS
- Native SDK's
- Web API's
- Other API's
- Native SDK's
ArcGIS Explorer Blog
Blog for ArcGIS Explorer users discussing new features and giving tips and hints from ESRI staff who are directly involved with the ArcGIS Explorer project.
ArcGIS Explorer Desktop is a free GIS viewer that gives you an easy way to explore, visualize, and share GIS information. ArcGIS Explorer adds value to any GIS because it helps you deliver your authoritative data to a broad audience.
ArcGIS ideas is not really a blog as such, rather a collection of tips, hints and scripts submitted by ESRI ArcGIS users. It is therefore a great resource to explore as you may just find that someone has had similar problems to yourself, has found a solution and shared the information.
There are well over 5000 ideas in ArcGIS Ideas organised by products which makes it easy to search and discover things that will help your own GIS.
ArcGIS Mobile Blog
A mobile blog created by ESRi which covers al things related to ArcGIS on mobile clients. You can easily filter the posts by the platform that they are aimed at. This blog has become increasingly active as the use of mobile devices for geo-location tasks and applications has risen.
Archaeogeek Open Source Computing and GIS in the UK
Archaeogeek is about one person's experiences using modern computing technologies in GIS and UK archaeology.
Written by Jo Cook, the Information Systems Coordinator at the northern office of Oxford Archaeology, based in Lancaster.