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CAD/GIS Boosts Czech Ministry's Entry Into European Union   22 Sep, 2004

Autodesk MapGuide helps agriculture agency meet policy requirements.More>>

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Report from the ESRI User Conference Expo, Part 1   19 Sep, 2004

Hardware highlights, along with news from the USGS and other government agencies.More>>

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Alive and Kicking-Large CRT Monitors Offer Best Bang for Your Buck   15 Sep, 2004

Prices on large CRT monitors have dropped substantially since our last CRT review in September 2003. Not so many years ago I remember paying triple what these current CRTs cost. What you don't get for these lower prices are multiple connectivity options-there's usually no USB connectivity...More>>

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Talking about GIS   1 Sep, 2004

This year's ESRI International User Conference showcased the growing role of GIS in applications ranging from keynote speaker Rita Colwell's efforts to understand and prevent cholera outbreaks to determining where to plunk down your next drive-through expresso stand.More>>

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Autodesk Solution Aims to Help Local Government, Public Works   9 Aug, 2004

Application modules designed for sewer, water, cadastral, drainage, electricity, and roads.More>>

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Bug Watch July 2004   27 Jul, 2004

Cadalyst's 20th Anniversary Bug Watch Awards continue with Part Two of Top Ten Bugs.More>>

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Color Print, Scan, Copy?All in One   9 Apr, 2004

The Océ TCS400 is an integrated large-format color print, copy, and scan system.More>>

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Bug Watch April 2004   1 Apr, 2004

Tatty Text, Qleader Quirks, and Mouse Mayhem get the workaround in this month?s column.More>>

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Report: ICEM Style   1 Apr, 2004

ICEM introduces new software.More>>

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Virtual reality aids understanding of fluid analysis results   15 Mar, 2004

Virtual reality is beginning to have a major impact on engineering design by streamlining the process of converting analysis results into design solutions.More>>