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Judge Allows 'Google Earth' To Be Used In Marine's Trial

http://www.10news.com/news/13342381/detail.html

[posted by Patrick_Meier@ksg.harvard.edu]

 

 

please note any broken links

 

courtesy of

From CNET, this page includes 7 images and reports on ISDE5.  Page through at top for all 7 pages and note the exceptional photos:

ISDE5 news.com.com

 

Here is a link from CNET’s first page to a nicereport on Rebecca Moore’s presentation, “Do-gooders Doing GoogleEarth” (not included in those 7 pages):

news.com.com/Do-gooders+doing+Google+Earth

 

VIDEO: In this 2.42-minute segment on CBS about newwork in Sudan by Amnesty International, ISDE5 is featured prominently, with an interview of Louis Brown from NewZealand.  Also though this url says “Local story”, I was told that this segment would be sent out to all CBS affiliates nationally.

cbs5.com/topstories/local_story_157135625.html

 

NBC (local):

www.nbc11.com/news/13457906/detail.html

 

YourTV20 in San Francisco promoted Digital Earth Symposium on May 17:

www.yourtv20.com/greenlife/yourgreencalendar

 

… and they did this blurb on the Amnesty Announcement:

www.yourtv20.com AI

 

National Public Radio “Morning Edition” Interview with Amnesty International from ISDE5 (no mention of ISDE5):

www.npr.org

 

Washington Post feature story from their magazine by Robin Mejia, the reporter whose first story about satellite images being usedfor human rights monitoring appeared in Mother Jones’ April/May issue,which was one of the first examples of imagery in a more mainstream publication:

www.washingtonpost.com

 
VerySpatial by Sue Bergeron and Jesse Rouse. 

http://veryspatial.com/?cat=43

 

Japanese freelance reporter Ayako Jacobsson’sshort report:

aya-sv.blogspot.com

 

Patrick Cusick did several stories from ISDE5. Here are links:

On Edgar Mitchell’s plenary:

www.dailyplanetmedia.com/content.php?id=196

 

On Google’s Michael Jones plenary:

http://www.= dailyplanetmedia.com/content.php?id=197

 

On Doug Engelbart’s message:

www.dailyplanetmedia.com/content.php?id=198

 

On Bob Corell’s message:

www.dailyplanetmedia.com/content.php?id=199

 

Summary of ISDE with Tim Foresman:

www.dailyplanetmedia.com/content.php?id=201

 

You all know about the ongoing coverage in Imaging Notes.  The current issue includes content from three of the speakers:  www.imagingnotes.com

 

We’ll be turning some audio recordings into podcasts as well, moving forward.  Check our website soon or subscribe at the website to get your own emails and magazines.

 

Myrna James Yoo -- Publisher/Managing Editor --Imaging Notes Magazine 

www.imagingnotes.com

 

 


 

 

"Looking at Global Problems With Digital Eye" Sonja Sharp, The Daily Californian, Thursday, June 7, 2007

 

"Do-gooders doing Google Earth" Stefanie Olsen, for News.com, via nytimes.com, June 7, 2007

 

"Amnesty Launches 'Eyes on Darfur' Site" Nora Boustany, Washington Post Foreign Service, Thursday, June 7, 2007

 

"Satellites to watch for Darfur violence"  Associated Press via Yahoo News, Wed Jun 6, 10:53 AM ET 

 

"Intel steps up cheap laptop race" BBC News via bbc.co.uk, Tuesday, 5 June 2007, 16:14 GMT 17:14 UK

 

"Youth Insight and a Digital Earth" Matthew Waxman, Worldchanging.org, June 4, 2007 9:49 PM

 

"HP launches environmentally friendly rp5700 slim desktop PC" Darren Murph, Engadget, Jun 4th 2007 8:23PM

 

"Mexico: The New Tortilla War" via Worldpress.org, June 3, 2007

 


 

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