A few more mapping-related blogs to tell you about, with still more to come.
- Most mapping blogs approach it from the GIS pro’s perspective; First Printing’s perspective is also professional — but it’s from a company dealing in antique maps and prints.
- Geography 2.0: Virtual Globes looks at 3D mapping software like Google Earth and World Wind; it’s by UCSB doctoral student Alan Glennon (via Ogle Earth).
- GPS Review is self-explanatory.
- Jeff Hicks’s personal blog talks about GIS and mapping from time to time.
- Mapz: A GIS Librarian, by a GIS librarian (naturally) at the University of Texas at Arlington (which I’ve blogged many times before), looks like a great read, with lots of first-person writing about his profession.
- Spatially Enabled is by ESRI employee Brian Goldin.
- Allan Doyle seems to be known in the GIS community, so the launch of his blog, think, got a fair bit of attention in the field this month (via All Points Blog).