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Published on Jul 27, 2008
Full podcast will be available for download at www.geowebconference.org.
Michael T. Jones is Google's Chief Technology Advocate, charged with advancing the technology to organize the world''s information and make it universally accessible and useful. He was formerly Chief Technologist of Google Maps, Earth, and Local Search - the teams responsible for providing location intelligence and information in global context to users worldwide. Before its acquisition by Google, Michael was CTO of Keyhole Corporation, the company that developed the technology used today in Google Earth. Previously he was CEO of Intrinsic Graphics and Director of Advanced Graphics at Silicon Graphics. A computer programmer since 4th grade, he is a prolific inventor, developer of notable scientific and computer graphics software, an engineering and business executive, and an avid traveler and photographer using a home-built 4 gigapixel camera made with parts from the U2/SR71.