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16 Jan 2012

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Monday Morning News Kick Off: Defense Drawdown Provides Geospatial Opportunities; GEOINT Addresses Real-Time Needs; and a 3D IMAX Movie on Orbital Debris

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Welcome to the Monday Morning News Kick Off post from got geoint? As always, we hope you had a restful weekend and are prepared to take on the world. Even the most dedicated GEOINT professional sometimes needs a little push in the right direction to get the work week started. Thus our ever-popular MMNKO post, which we serve up each Monday on a golden platter. So, we we always say, fire up that second cup of coffee and read on. Happy Monday!

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13 Sep 2011

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Crowdsourced GEOINT and Humanitarian Relief Efforts

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As many in the community know, that National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency and members of industry are devoting considerable resources towards bringing the concept of crowdsourced GEOINT to life. As this Spatial Networks post clearly points out, this new frontier can be a powerful force-multiplier for NGA. USGIF wants to explore this topic further at GEOINT 2011 with a breakout session called “Crowd Sourcing Intelligence: A Look at International Disaster Relief & Recovery.” The session will explore the implications of this rapidly evolving geospatial technology for disaster and humanitarian relief efforts.

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28 Mar 2011

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Monday Morning News Kick Off: U-2 Spy Plane Still Flying High; Online Mapping Transforms Relief Efforts and Much More

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Welcome to the Monday Morning News Kick Off post from got geoint? As always, we hope you had a restful weekend and are ready to take on the work week. What’s that? Oh, yes, we definitely like to kick off the work week on the right foot and knowledge is power. Looking for that power? Look no more. As always, we have compiled all the key GEOINT-related stories you need to exercise that power. From a story about the viability of the U-2 spy plane more news about GEOINT and Japan, we have it all. So, as we always say, fire up that second cup of coffee and read on. Happy Monday!

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29 Nov 2010

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Monday Morning News Kick Off: WikiLeak’s Massive Data Dump; the President’s Daily Map; and the Perils of Information Sharing

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Welcome to the post-Thanksgiving holiday Monday Morning News Kick Off post from got geoint? We hope everyone had a restful holiday break spent with family and loved ones. Although many of us were enjoying watching football and stuffing our faces with turkey leftovers, the news cycle was churning on in full force. What better way to end a holiday weekend on Sunday than by dumping thousands of classified State Department documents on the web? Well, that was Julian Assange’s (pictured) M.O. over the weekend and well, let’s just say, it has more than ruffled a few feathers. So, as we always say, fire up that second cup of coffee and read on.

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