Another Geotagging Roundup
Free Geography Tools had a seven-part geotagging series last month beginning with this post; it covered a number of Windows applications that I wouldn’t otherwise have been aware of.
Richard Akerman has a couple of relevant posts on his Science Library Pad blog: this one actually explains why georeferenced photos are useful (with an example); he also has a post dealing with manually geocoding photos using GraphicConverter, a well-known Mac graphics application. (While I’m at it, I don’t think I’ve linked to Richard’s photo geocoding page yet either.)
Dan Catt, reports on his latest work; you may recall that he works on map stuff and on Flickr, the photo-sharing site. “Earlier this week I sneakily rolled out geo(in)RSS and KML feeds in a few places around the site. For users, groups and tags pages.”