Esri Insider: The First Year

Today marks the one year anniversary of the Esri Insider blog launch.  It all started on June 30th, 2011, with a simple little post about our (then) new Ocean Basemap.  Since then, we’ve brought you more than 30 posts about Esri’s vision, technology trends, and other important and entertaining topics for geospatial professionals.

In terms of page views, the top 5 most popular posts to date have been:

  1. The Future Looks Bright for Spatial Thinkers
  2. GIS and The City 2.0
  3. The Intersection of GIS and Gaming
  4. GIS without the Box
  5. Telling Stories with Maps

What was your favorite post?  And what would you like us to discuss next?

Matt Artz

About Matt Artz

Matt Artz joined Esri in 1989. In his current role as GIS and Science Manager, he helps communicate the value of GIS as a tool for scientific research and understanding. He writes extensively about geospatial technologies and manages the GIS and Science blog. Prior to joining Esri he worked as an Environmental Scientist at a large science and engineering consulting company, on such diverse projects as highway noise modeling, archaeological impact assessment, and chemical weapons disposal. His educational background includes an M.S. degree in Environmental Policy and Planning and a B.S. degree in Anthropology and Geography.
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