Archive for June, 2006

Google Earth addicted (part 2)

Thursday, June 29th, 2006

A few days ago, I have been describing how addictive Google Earth can be.
I’m proud to announce that it’s too late for me. After reading this article from Francis Pisani about the ‘06 Where 2.0 conference, I have been seeking the web for new uses of virtual Earth observation applications. What Google is introducing is […]


Monday, June 26th, 2006

Today most seach engines propose us to find pictures on the web. You type several words, you get your image, with more or less relevance to your keywords.
What engines are doing now is searching for image names, tags if available, nearby texts, EXIF parameters, etc. What engines can not do today (or not as good […]

Google Earth addicted

Saturday, June 24th, 2006

Yesterday IGN (French National Geography Institute) launched its new service Geoportail allowing people to navigate above France with a spatial resolution of 50cm. It means that one will be able to detect a human in certain conditions (detect but not identify… yet). I still can’t access the web site which seems to be victim of […]

The Undead Pixel is Alive!

Saturday, June 24th, 2006


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