Last time I aggregated articles from Directions Magazine was early March. Here's selected articles published on DM since then.
- While we have already published quite a lot on the upcoming Google Earth Builder product, you might be interested in this additional generic article named Google Earth Builder Launched: Cloud Platform for Geospatial Data Storage and Processing
- DM shared their interesting geojargon survey results, letting us know, out of 538 respondents, which geospatial terms are well known and which ones aren't
- Here's a article named How Much Do GIS Consultants Charge in 2011?, from the tables provided (generated out of only 23 survey responses), the average for all types of GIS work seems to be between 86$ to 111$ an hour
- DM continued to provide regular coverage of GIS certification, this time with these articles: The Great Debate: To Certify or not to Certify, That Is an Absurd Question, Special Session on GIS Certification with David DiBiase, GISCI President, and Sheila Wilson, GISCI Executive Director and a last article on the GISP’s Code of Ethics and Rules of Conduct
- Here's an article on the Couchbase company and the CouchDB database system. The article is named Couchbase: Taking NoSQL and Geo to the Next Level. We mentioned GeoCouch in the past.
- Here's an article named Keeping the Patent Trolls at Bay - Defending Your Location-based Patents and Your Business and a related one named Microsoft and Google Fight Back Against Store-locator Patent Suits
- DM shared an article named The Case for Real Estate GIS in China
- In a praise for cloud GIS, here's an article named It’s Time to Change: How SaaS Will Enable the GIS Industry to Move Forward and Engage With New Market Opportunities
- Here's a article on Five Ways GPS Vehicle Tracking Can Reduce Fuel Costs