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Float Mobile Learning looks why geolocation matters to coincide with the launch of its latest mobile learning app, Wayfiler

A Brief History of Geolocation

Float Mobile Learning looks why geolocation matters to coincide with the launch of its latest mobile learning app, Wayfiler

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mapping fiber optic cables and geographic information systems that connect people all over the world - Internet -

Is This the Ultimate Map of the Internet? [PICS]

No, the Internet doesn't travel through the air. Nor does it live in one big, epic cloud. In fact, chances are it's traveling under your feet right now. To demonstrate the traje...

GIS - geographic information system - geospatial information system

GIS (Geographic Information System)

A geographic information system (GIS) is a computer system for capturing, storing, checking, and displaying data related to positions on Earth’s surface.

(interesting maps) Redrawing the Map of Great Britain from a Network of Human Interactions by: Carlo Ratti, Stanislav Sobolevsky, Francesco Calabrese, Clio Andris, Jonathan Reades, Mauro Martino, Rob Claxton, Steven H. Strogatz PLoS ONE, Vol. 5, No. 12. (8 December 2010) via Geographic information Systems

Seeking examples of beautiful maps?

Oftentimes when we make maps it is based on our subjective interpretation of what is aesthetically pleasing. I would like it if people posted examples of beautiful maps, displaying any phenomena in...

What is Geographic Information Systems? Infographic

What is Geographic Information Systems?

Suddenly, geographic information systems have become a popular tool to collect and analyze, store and view geographic data.

What is Geographic Information Systems (GIS) ?

What is Geographic Information Systems (GIS)? - GIS Geography

Viewing and analyzing data on maps impacts our understanding of data. Geographic Information Systems (GIS) helps us understand what belongs where.