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Tom Keiter, Geospatial Revolution Project executive producer, Interviewed on blogtalkradio

Posted by Steve Nelson on 06/02 at 10:29 AM

Listen to an interview with Tom Keiter, executive producer for the Geospatial Revolution Project, from host got geoint? on blogtalk radio.

About the Project
Penn State Public Broadcasting is developing the Geospatial Revolution Project, an integrated public media and outreach initiative about the world of digital mapping and how it is changing the way we think, behave, and interact. Further details are available from http://geospatialrevolution.psu.edu

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07/02 at 06:40 AM

Wow! Steve, I think there will be major advances in the application of GPS/GIS in our transportation system. I think the GPS will be replaced with an on-board computer that controls and supplies us with all of our information and entertainment needs. No need for plugging in iPods, Phones, GPS stuff….Great blog..

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