Category Archives: georss

The “Internet of Places”

The “Internet of Places” is a nice article putting forth an ecosystem of information and services to bring the geospatial world better in line with the Web. Or one could even say it suggests an information ecosystem where geospatial data … Continue reading

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Picasa Web Albums uses GeoRSS GML

Who says Google doesn’t care about standards? When playing around with the RSS feed from Picasa Web Albums, I was pleasantly surprised to see full-blown GeoRSS GML for the geo-located items. In fact, they are recording both an Envelope and … Continue reading

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GeoRSS updates in 2009

I’ve posted some updates on GeoRSS use by twitter, weogeo, Geospatial One-Stop, and Adobe Air this year on the GeoRSS Weblog.

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2 test GeoRSS services, cities data and coordinate projection

After the untimely demise last year of my sandbox server at MIT, I haven’t been good at advertising (or even doing) technology experiments. I’m finally getting my act together now, and have a few interesting things out on the Interwebs: … Continue reading

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Atom is Fully-Baked

Joe Gregorio notes in The end of the AtomPub WG that the Atom Publishing Format and Protocol WG (atompub) in the Application Area has concluded. Developers can go into full programming mode knowing that the encodings and interfaces aren’t changing … Continue reading

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