GISuser.com Weekly update

Hello all, just a heads up if you've not seen it yet, our weekly news update from GISuser.com just went out today and can be accessed online at
http://www.gisuser.com/newsletter/gisuserweekly_2.html
Some highlights of this edition: Implementing Change With Turn-key Autocad Management Logistics... With such wide variations of application, fixing suitable Autocad standards for your particular operation can be a daunting task that can take many years. The amount of work involved to develop a high level system from the beginning is immense. Because of new technology, standards must be dynamic and that requires re-assessments and upgrading at one year intervals.
So, you want to implement an RSS feed. Now what? What is RSS? RSS or Really Simple Syndication is an XML-based format for content distribution. Chances are on most popular "news" web portals you'll see the familiar little orange RSS or XML icon. So how do you implement RSS into your website? Read on for some useful information. Try it for yourself by adding the GISuser RSS feed to your website.
Location Based Solution with Natural Area Coding System This week, NAC Geographics announced a deal that SafeAngel Ltd. (UK) have agreed to incorporate the NAC addressing standard into the SafeAngel Public Platform. This special contribution from NAC describes the Natural Area Coding System and proposes several wireless location based services that are enhanced with the Natural Area Coding System.
- WebMap of the week - Data pick of the week
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Have a great Easter vacation all.
Glenn www.GISuser.com
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