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Looking back over some of my Photosynths and realized that there were a couple that I didn't get around to posting here... like this one from the overlook at the Guadalupe River Delta...

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Good news!  The "Wiki Explorer" Bing Map App was accepted and is published...

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The DockDogs brought the show to Discovery Green back in July and it was a great time.  We only caught the 11:30am competition, but that was enough to convince the kids that they wanted a dog that could leap like these... and convince me that these competitions offered some great photo ops...

Well... I've done it.  I have now officially submitted my first Bing Map App to the system... and must now wait and see what happens.  I know, it's a bit out of the blue, but here's how it came about...

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The Alaska Aviation Heritage Museum is a great place to spend a few hours.  Unfortunately, I only had about 30 minutes.  As it seems to be with some museums, the best stuff was out in "storage"...

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I had some time to kill while in Anchorage the other day.  I hit up downtown to take a look around, but the weather wasn't cooperating with me and my intent to take some photographs.  So, while having lunch I thumbed through some of the travel brochures and found the Alaska Aviation Heritage Museum.  I headed on over to check it out...

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I've already admitted it... I have this thing for maps.  So it will be of no surprise that I really think that a lot of "entities" are completely missing out on some great opportunities by not using them.
Entrepreneur Magazine has an interesting article on what are the best bars to do business in.  The news release reads... "In a publishing first, Entrepreneur magazine, in collaboration with Esquire magazine, reveals America's best bars for business.  The list and the accompanying stories appearing in the July issue of Entrepreneur magazine cover the ins and outs of the top 15 bars and the etiquette for getting the deal done."
 
It may be a publishing first... but it misses out on another great opportunity to engage users in a simple, yet powerful way.
Stephen F. Austin is pretty much accepted as the Father of Texas... and has a statue befitting of the title...

When Klaus puts out any new incremental release for krpano it usually is met with cheers and amazement.  The most recent release is no exception.  The two key items... krpano drops the Beta tag (with updated official documentation coming soon) and support for showing your panos on Apple's iphone and ipad.  This opens the door for some interesting developments for panographers...

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