Best of the Blogs 14th December 2010

By on 14 December, 2010


All Things Spatial has a look at some practical map apps for Australia.

AnyGEO says Navteq has beefed up its crowd-sourcing technology

South Africa is to establish a satellite sensor centre, says Geospatial World.

Mapperz reports on the mapping of the Google zeitgeist.

Strange Maps considers the location of global capitals.

And the Map Room points out NASA has a map of global hurricane routes.


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