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80 Days is a podcast dedicated to exploring little-known countries, territories settlements and cities around the world. We're part history podcast, part geography podcast and part ramble. Each episode, we'll land in a new locale and spend some time discussing the history, geography, culture, sport, religion, industry, pastimes and music of our new location. More details on www.80dayspodcast.com, Facebook, Twitter or Instagram @80dayspodcast | Support us on www.patreon.com/80dayspodcast
 
With a passion for GIS, location intelligence, maps, cartography, indeed anything with a whiff of spatial, Chris and Mark decided to seek fame and fortune by starting the world’s best geospatial podcast.* A podcast that may include anything and everything about the geospatial world. From news articles about the GIS industry that take our fancy, interviews with GIS practitioners, random acts of geospatial madness and of course the legendary game Export to Shapefile. So if you like maps and lo ...
 
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An open and honest conversation about building a business based on open source GIS, the complexities of working with open-source software, what a business model might look like, and why this is a sustainable model going forward. Tim Sutton https://twitter.com/timlinux Sponsored by https://landgrid.com/ Remember to Subscribe :) Share this podcast wi…
 
In his new book, Where Caciques and Mapmakers Met: Border Making in Eighteenth-Century South America (UNC Press, 2020), Dr. Jeffrey Erbig charts the interplay between imperial and indigenous spatial imaginaries and shows the critical role that indigenous actors played in imperial border-making between the Spanish and the Portuguese in the Río de la…
 
In his new book, Where Caciques and Mapmakers Met: Border Making in Eighteenth-Century South America (UNC Press, 2020), Dr. Jeffrey Erbig charts the interplay between imperial and indigenous spatial imaginaries and shows the critical role that indigenous actors played in imperial border-making between the Spanish and the Portuguese in the Río de la…
 
What is the relationship between race, technology and sound? How can we access the ways that Latin Americans in the 19th and early 20th centuries thought about, and importantly, heard, race? In his book Audible Geographies in Latin America: Sounds of Race and Place (Palgrave Macmillan, 2019), Dylon Robbins approaches this question in a stunning ser…
 
The promise of data collection is that if we contribute our data, organizations can use that information to make things better for us. The Tension here is that this is not always the case, sometimes we are the product, not the customer. Denise Mckenzie - https://twitter.com/SpatialRed Co-Director of the Benchmark Initiative https://benchmarkinitiat…
 
The Red Sea has, from time immemorial, been one of the world’s most navigated spaces, in the pursuit of trade, pilgrimage and conquest. Yet this multidimensional history remains largely unrevealed by its successive protagonists. Intrigued by the absence of a holistic portrayal of this body of water and inspired by Fernand Braudel’s famous work on t…
 
A VerySpatial Podcast Shownotes – Episode 651 4 October 2020 Virtual Tours, space anniversaries, and data capture. Click to directly download MP3 http://traffic.libsyn.com/avsp/AVSP_Episode651.mp3 News: Facebook’s Project Aria – mapping your entire life Augmented Reality – Geology’s ‘killer app’….? Amazon’s ‘Virtual Tours’ Oct 4th – Sputnik anniver…
 
Intrinsic to the practice of empire is the creation of boundaries. We tend to think of such boundaries as borders, physical lines of demarcation past which the empire’s sovereignty has no purchase. But, in fact, the picture is much fuzzier than that. A foundational task of empire is to define, to categorize, and in so doing, to make peoples and pla…
 
Water and diplomatic historian Dan MacFarlane has written a fascinating book on a fundamental debate in environmental history: What is a natural landscape? Fixing Niagara Falls: Environment, Energy, and Engineers at the World’s Most Famous Waterfall (UBC Press, 2020) argues that one of the world's most famous natural attractions is not wholly natur…
 
John W. Traphagan’s Cosmopolitan Rurality, Depopulation, and Entrepreneurial Ecosystems in 21st-Century Japan (Cambria Press, 2020) presents a series of deeply contextualized ethnographies of small-business entrepreneurs and the entrepreneurial ecosystem of contemporary rural Japan. Since the beginning of the twenty-first century, Japan has been ex…
 
We take regular postal addresses for granted in parts of the world, so it was thought provoking for us to consider how it is just another form of invisible privilege. We speak to the author of the brilliant tome the Address book about what your address can reveal your race and class. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
A map is a simple communication device and if we can state something simply it means that we really understand it. John Nelson, a cartographic wizard at ESRI offers some really interesting perspectives around communicating with maps. PlaceKey.io - industry standard for identifying any physical place Get More Involved Remember to Subscribe :) Share …
 
Blessed with numerous safe harbors, accessible ports, and a rich hinterland, Gujarat has been central to the history of Indian Ocean maritime exchange that involved not only goods, but also people and ideas. Transregional Trade and Traders: Situating Gujarat in the Indian Ocean from Early Times to 1900 (Oxford University Press) maps the trajectory …
 
Last chance to respond to U.S. Census Weather NOAA Turns 50! Fastest run to greek letters for Atlantic Tropical Storms Western US Wildfires La Nina Sentinel 6 launch planned for November Startup Satellite Vu looking to add thermal to commercial remote sensing 2020 StoryMaps Competition Esri signs MoU with UN-Habitat Esri acquires nFrames HP Rolls o…
 
Last chance to respond to U.S. Census Weather NOAA Turns 50! Fastest run to greek letters for Atlantic Tropical Storms Western US Wildfires La Nina Sentinel 6 launch planned for November Startup Satellite Vu looking to add thermal to commercial remote sensing 2020 StoryMaps Competition Esri signs MoU with UN-Habitat Esri acquires nFrames HP Rolls o…
 
If you have ever thought about being a freelancer or self-employed consultant in the earth observation sector than this is the podcast episode is for you! Alastair Graham walks us through his experience with starting his own consultancy and shares advice from the lessons he has learned along the way. This is relevant for anyone thinking about start…
 
Going Nowhere Fast: Mobile Inequality in the Age of Translocality (Oxford UP, 2020) brings together more than a decade’s worth of research during one of the most consequential moments in Cambodian history. After years of staggering economic growth and a political breakthrough in 2013, disappointment set in as the fruits of this growth failed to rea…
 
The Mekong River is one of the world’s great rivers. From its source in the Qinghai-Tibetan plateau it snakes down through southern China and then borders or runs through all the countries of mainland Southeast Asia: Myanmar, Thailand, Lao, Cambodia and Vietnam. Almost 70 million people depend either directly or indirectly on the Mekong for their l…
 
This episode is a sales pitch for spatial SQL and if you are wondering which programming language is the right one for you in terms of geospatial applications you should listen to this. Thanks to Paul Ramsey from http://cleverelephant.ca PlaceKey.io - industry standard for identifying any physical place Get More Involved Remember to Subscribe :) Le…
 
In the thoroughly researched, lucidly narrated new book Shareholder Cities: Land Transformations Along Urban Corridors in India (University of Pennsylvania Press), Sai Balakrishnan (Assistant Professor of City and Urban Planning at UC Berkeley) examines the novel phenomenon of the conversion of agrarian landowners into urban shareholders in India’s…
 
This week we continue our conversation about how visualization can help to convey information and how state and school systems may (or may not) be using visualization tools for varying purposes in our current time of uncertainty. The conversation began in the previous part of the episode.
 
This week we continue our conversation about how visualization can help to convey information and how state and school systems may (or may not) be using visualization tools for varying purposes in our current time of uncertainty. The conversation began in the previous part of the episode.
 
This week we look at some news around drones and information literacy and we begin the first part of a conversation about geoviz for information sharing. Amazon gets ok to test drone delivery Parrot gets Army contract AI and ML in geospatial Examples from conversation WVDE Schools Re-Entry Map WVDHHR Dashboard…
 
This week we look at some news around drones and information literacy and we begin the first part of a conversation about geoviz for information sharing. Amazon gets ok to test drone delivery Parrot gets Army contract AI and ML in geospatial Examples from conversation WVDE Schools Re-Entry Map WVDHHR Dashboard…
 
Kurt Menke has been self-employed as a geospatial consultant for years, this is how he got started and how you might get do the same thing. https://www.birdseyeviewgis.com/ Sponsored by Mapsimise Get More Involved Remember to Subscribe :) Leave A Review on iTunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-mapscaping-podcast/id1452297085 Join the em…
 
What it means to be a geospatial swiss army knife, why spatial thinking is so important and the long-tail of geospatial. Stace Maples Sponsored by Mapsimise Get More Involved Remember to Subscribe :) Leave A Review on iTunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-mapscaping-podcast/id1452297085 Join the email list and I will send you the show n…
 
Who owns the street? This is the question that animates The Struggle for the Streets of Berlin: Politics, Consumption, and Urban Space, 1914-1945 (Cambridge University Press) by Molly Loberg. Interwar Berliners faced this question with great hope yet devastating consequences. In Germany, the First World War and 1918 Revolution transformed the city …
 
While the term ‘Europe’ was used sporadically in ancient and medieval times, it proliferated between the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries, and gained a prevalence in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries which it did not possess before. Although studies on the history of the idea of Europe abound, much of the vast body of early modern sources h…
 
DEREK OUYANG is a Lecturer at Stanford University where he and his team are using spatial data to help explain the COVID-19 case growth. https://www.safegraph.com/covid-19-data-consortium http://bay.stanford.edu/ SafeGraph Episode Sponsored by Mapsimise Get More Involved Remember to Subscribe :) Leave A Review on iTunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/…
 
GIS tools are becoming too slow for today's data volumes, in this episode you will learn about how GPU processing might be able to solve this problem. OmniSci https://www.omnisci.com Demos: https://www.omnisci.com/demos Sponsored by Mapsimise Get More Involved Leave A Review on iTunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-mapscaping-podcast/id…
 
News: WoldView Legion launching in 2021 Garmin hit by Ransomware NSRS modernization delayed Congressional opposition to Ligado continues to grow through letters to FCC MyGalileoDrone competition announced Mars Perseverance launch Cool Stuff: GRASS GIS turns 37 and gets a new look on the web Events Corner: NearMap Navig8 - available Indiana Geograph…
 
News: WoldView Legion launching in 2021 Garmin hit by Ransomware NSRS modernization delayed Congressional opposition to Ligado continues to grow through letters to FCC MyGalileoDrone competition announced Mars Perseverance launch Cool Stuff: GRASS GIS turns 37 and gets a new look on the web Events Corner: NearMap Navig8 - available Indiana Geograph…
 
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