Another Blog Roundup
Changes afoot in the map blogging world:
- Using Google Earth is being folded into Google LatLong.
- After four years at Flickr, doing (and posting about) a lot of Flickr’s map- and geotagging-related stuff, Rev Dan Catt is moving on.
- Twelve Mile Circle will be dedicated to the many unusual places that can be found on maps that just don’t seem to make sense. State highpoints, non-contiguous boundaries, latitude/longitude confluences, and other trivial geographic facts are all fair game here.” Via Catholicgauze.
- Blog IDEE, the blog of the Infraestructura de Datos Esaciales de España; in Spanish.
- The GeoChristian, whose objective “is to increase science literacy among Evangelical Christians, especially in the areas of the Earth and environmental sciences.”
- Le technoblog du LAC, by a Belgian high school teacher in Conakry, Guinea, with a number of map-related posts; in French.