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Mike Dobson of TeleMapics on Local Search and All Things Geospatial

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Google Map Maker’s Edit and Authority System – Part 1

Google Map Maker Goes Crowdsourced in the United States on “Judgment Day”

Wednesday April 27th, 2011 in Apple, Authority and mapping, crowdsourced map data, Google, Google Map Maker, Google maps, map compilation, map updating, Mike Dobson, Navteq, routing and navigation | Comments Off on Google Map Maker Goes Crowdsourced in the United States on “Judgment Day”

OSM vs. the Mechanical Turk – A New Option For Mappers?

Reference and Authority in Online Mapping

Crowdsourcing – How Much Is Too Much?

Wednesday September 22nd, 2010 in CloudMade, crowdsourced map data, Geospatial, infoUSA, map compilation, map updating, Mike Dobson, Navteq, openstreetmap, OSM, Tele Atlas, User Generated Content, Volunteered Geographic Information | Comments Off on Crowdsourcing – How Much Is Too Much?

TomTom, TeleAtlas and MapShare

Better Maps Through Local Thinking – Conclusion

Better Maps Through Local Thinking Part II

Sunday July 25th, 2010 in Authority and mapping, Google, Google maps, map compilation, map updating, Mapping, Navteq, Tele Atlas | Comments Off on Better Maps Through Local Thinking Part II

Better Maps Through Local Thinking

Google Plays Whack-A-Mole?

Saturday May 15th, 2010 in Authority and mapping, Google, Google maps, map compilation, map updating, Mapping, Mike Dobson, routing and navigation | Comments Off on Google Plays Whack-A-Mole?