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Fraser Cain originally shared:
 
You Need to Circle More People!

If you've signed up for Google+, but you don't really understand what it's all about, and you're probably not going to use it much any more since none of your friends are here...

You need to circle more people.

Once you circle 500-1000 active Google+ers, everything will change. You'll see how this place is really buzzing with activity, and you won't be able to resist jumping into the conversations. Then you'll get it.

So, here are some suggestions on how to get more great people into your circles.

1. Search Google+ for circles.

Click on the "Search Google+" box, and put in "Shared a circle with you". That'll display all the shared circles. Include a keyword to get even more specific results:

"shared a circle with you" pets
"shared a circle with you" photography

Import those circles.

2. Search regular Google for circles.

I've done a few tests, and regular Google search (http://www.google.com) is actually more comprehensive for finding circles. Again, do the same queries:

"shared a circle with you" skiiing

Import more circles.

3. Search Google+ for people who match your interests.

Just do some searches on Google+ for topics that interest you. Then look through the recent posts for people talking about those subjects. Circle them.

4. Check out the Public Circles Database.
http://publiccircles.appspot.com/

This is a comprehensive list of 1400+ circles shared by people in Google+. You can search and filter it for various topics that interest you.

Import some more circles.


At this point, you should have 500-1000 circles of active Google+ users. You streams should now be buzzing with activity. Next you'll want to actually engage and start making friends, but that's a whole other conversation.
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Nice list of Geospatial data sources from +Adam Simmons
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US #Government #Geospatial #Data

Please Share if you like =)
I realized recently that I had accumulated a lot of data sources for geospatial data and I felt like bringing them all together. Here is the initial batch focusing on US Government sources. There are many more and if I have the time maybe I will make a webpage on this topic. There is tons of data out there the government offers and they are freely available. Much of it is unorganized so unless you know where to look it can be hard to find. I will add more as I have the time to syphon through what I have but feel free to comment if you have any additions. Once again, this post is focused on Government Geospatial Data.
#DataSources #USdata #GeoData #GIS #GISData #maps #charts

US #Census
Demographic Data
http://2010.census.gov/
Census Tiger Products
http://www.census.gov/geo/www/tiger/index.html

Data.Gov
http://www.data.gov/

Geo Gov Data
http://geo.data.gov/

Federal Communication Commision #FCC
http://wireless.fcc.gov/geographic/index.htm?job=market_boundary_files

USA.Gov
Points to a variety of government websites containing downloadable data.
http://www.usa.gov/Topics/Maps.shtml

#USDA Forest Service
US Live and Historic Fires Detections
http://activefiremaps.fs.fed.us/

#USGS
Earthquake and Volcanic data
http://earthquake.usgs.gov/
Shuttle Radar Topography Mission (SRTM)
http://srtm.usgs.gov/
Hydrography
http://nhd.usgs.gov/data.html

#KML Factbook
Not an official Government website but the data comes from #CIA Factbook
http://www.kmlfactbook.org/

National Geospatial-Intelligenc Agency #NGA
Products and Services
https://www1.nga.mil/ProductsServices/Pages/default.aspx

Washington DC GIS Data Catalog
http://data.dc.gov/

Digital Mapping, Charting, and Geodesy Analysis Program #DMAP Team
Naval Research Laboratory (NRL) Mapping Branch
http://dmap.nrlssc.navy.mil/dmap/

#NASA Visible Earth
http://visibleearth.nasa.gov/

#NOAA
Nautical Charts
http://www.nauticalcharts.noaa.gov/

Environmental Protection Agency #EPA
http://www.epa.gov/geoss/eos/text_tool.html

US Fish and Wildlife Services Geospatial Services
http://www.fws.gov/gis/data/national/index.html

National Park Service GIS Data
http://www.nps.gov/gis/data_info/
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I'll add one of my favorites to this list:

USGS Groundwater Data for the Nation
http://nwis.waterdata.usgs.gov/nwis/gw
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This is a fun new development
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Today, Google Maps is entering a new frontier: mapping the indoors. As part of this morning’s launch of Google Maps 6.0 for Android, you can use your phone to see detailed floor plans of airports, malls, large stores, and other public spaces; get a more accurate location indoors; and find your way around large buildings. The familiar ‘blue dot’ can show you where you are indoors and automatically detect what floor you’re on. And it’s all seamlessly integrated into Google Maps for Android.

To watch the overview video -- http://youtu.be/Gy-DI_bWElg
To play with a demo -- visit maps.google.com/indoor
To read the full announcement -- http://goo.gl/HdI3R
To download the update from Android Market -- http://goo.gl/EFgwH

There is still plenty to share. Check back throughout today for lots of screenshots, more videos, and more information about indoor Google Maps and Google Maps 6.0 for Android.
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First, google made it impossible to ask anyone about almost anything, "Are you lazy or something? Google it!" Now, you can't even ask for the closest toilet.
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The Soyuz TMA-22 rocket is seen on the launch pad during a snow storm the morning of the launch of Expedition 29 to the International Space Station at the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan, Monday, Nov. 14, 2011.
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Monterey Bay Aquarium originally shared:
 
What's the purpose of this shark's "hammerhead?" Scientists aren't sure, but they suspect it supplies added lift and lets them make sharper turns than other sharks. You can learn more about all our sharks at Shark Days, Feb. 11-12! Click here to learn more: http://www.montereybayaquarium.org/vi/vi_events/vi_events_shark_days.aspx
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Check out the MIT link for more info:
http://web.media.mit.edu/~raskar/trillionfps/
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“We’re still trying to get our heads around what this means,” Dr. Raskar said, “because no one has been able to see the world in this way before.”

MIT Media Lab researchers have created a new imaging system that can acquire visual data at a rate of one trillion frames per second. That's fast enough to produce a slow-motion video of light traveling through objects.

Read more: http://web.mit.edu/newsoffice/2011/trillion-fps-camera-1213.html and here: http://www.nytimes.com/2011/12/13/science/speed-of-light-lingers-in-face-of-mit-media-lab-camera.html?_r=1
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Add +Monterey Bay Aquarium to your science circles!
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Did you know that tuna are some of the largest and fastest fish in the ocean? We recently added six to our Open Sea exhibit, including four bluefin and two yellowfin. These are some of the largest tunas we've ever transported! http://www.montereybayaquarium.org/efc/open_sea.aspx
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Fantastic photo of the Mount St. Helens devastated area nearly 30 years after the 1980 explosive eruption, taken by +Ron Schott. Check out this link for more info on Mount St. Helens, including photos from the more recent eruptive events: http://vulcan.wr.usgs.gov/Volcanoes/MSH/framework.html
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In the Blast Zone: Mt. St. Helens National Volcanic Monument, August 2009

This is my first gallery on the new GigaPan website. It consists of ten GigaPans I shot in the blast zone north of Mount St. Helens in August 2009.
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Adam Simmons originally shared:
 
Worldwide Earthquake Heat Map
#USGS Data in Google #FusionTables of #Earthquakes from 1973 to present day 2011. Link to FusionTables below.
https://www.google.com/fusiontables/DataSource?snapid=S327078uHHi
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+Matthew Long has it. While both places experience earthquakes related to volcanism, they are caused by different types of volcanism and the tectonic setting in each location is different. The Mid-Atlantic Ridge is a spreading center where two plates are being pulled apart, while the Hawaiian hotspot is located within the Pacific plate, well away from any plate boundary. The string of islands and sea mounts off to the west-northwest track the movement of the plate over the stationary hotspot over time. If you are REALLY curious, +Daniel Jones, we can get into the geochemical differences between the two lava types, and then compare them both to continental lava chemistry at some of the southern Cascade volcanoes. =) This is usually the part when everyone runs away in terror...

Who's up for a field trip?

...and yes, +Chris Lake , earthquake insurance is kind of expensive here! But your continent looks fairly stable.
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Dusan Jelic originally shared:
 
Champagne: With worldwide temperatures on the rise winegrowers have noted major changes in the vineyards, including an increased sugar content in the grapes from which they make their wine, with a consequent decrease in acidity, and a harvest time that regularly comes two weeks earlier than it once did.
Growers are paying closer attention to the location of their vines, picking out varieties more resistant to temperature extremes and shaping and tilling the land to conserve water.
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Mike Elgan originally shared:
 
Time-lapsed video by NASA from the ISS will blow your mind!

The Aurora Borealis never looked so awesome.

Go here to play the video full screen: http://vimeo.com/32001208

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