The Portland Pearl District gallery map now uses the Layers feature of Acrobat 7 to allow you to control what classes of information are displayed. So for instance, if you don't drink coffee and only use mass transit, turn the coffeehouse and parking layers off and the map becomes more personalized and less busy with excess information.
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National Geographic Maps ... is retreating from publishing maps for the general public and is focusing instead on detailed maps targeted for outdoor recreation enthusiasts, emergency responders, geologists and other field workers who often venture out of well-traveled terrain.
What About ProPhoto RGB?: "After spending some time last week discussing how sRGB and Adobe RGB differ, it seemed an opportune time to bring ProPhoto RGB into the mix. While the gamut of Adobe RGB is bigger than that of sRGB, ProPhoto RGB is really big. But is bigger necessarily better?...."
The Palo Alto Walking mapmakes it easier and more efficient to do the artwalk on First Friday.
For those not familiar with First Friday, a number of galleries and some businesses in downtown Palo Alto (Bay Area) have one night a month where they stay open late, and often have their openings/receptions for new art then.
Welcome to the first post on the Art of Geography weblog
This weblog will contain announcements for the site, as well as links of interest by category. To start off, there are Maps, General interest, Art and VR categories.
The Art of Geography weblog describes new developments at the Art of Geography site, and highlights developments of interest in the world of cartography, photographic panoramas, and backcountry/wilderness exploration.
The weblog "VRlog" has been folded into this publication. If you want to continue to read just panorama-related items, choose the VRlog category in the right column. VRlog.com will continue to point to items of interest to VR photographers.