While I was at Questex, I split duties between the venerable GPS World and her sister publication, Geospatial Solutions (since folded into GPS World); I was a daily news editor for both. I checked the wires and email for daily news and posted it on the GPS World website, and also compiled and published Navigate, the corresponding daily email newsletter. For Geospatial I posted the news that the managing editor sent me, as well as compiling several weekly email newsletters.
Basically, I was a 21-century equivalent of a stringer, 95 percent of the time. Occasionally I still got to do some actual reporting and writing. Plus the GPS World editor-in-chief recruited me to help cover ION, which is a big to-do in the world of GNSS — global navigation satellite systems. It’s the usual industry tradeshow/technical conference sort of thing.
The most notable story I think was the one you see here first; as you can see it’s a story of Biblical proportions.
- Can High-Resolution Imagery Resolve the Ararat Mystery? (10/28/2008)
- Missing the Boat to Finland (9/18/2008)
- Crowded Aisles and Feelin’ Good with GLONASS (9/17/2008)
- That Updated Galileo ICD is Great and All, But … (9/16/2008)
- Open Source Comes to GPS (9/27/2007)
- Germany Readying GNSS for Galileo (9/27/2007)
- Centimeter-Level Accuracy — Is It Coming? (9/26/2007)