I was wondering if you can recommend some magazines or basically any other GIS-related papers (printed or digital) which are released on a monthly basis (or every 2-3 months);

I am practically looking to keep in touch with the GIS fast-growing world and I would prefer something other than books or websites.

Maybe some of you already have a subscription at some magazine and I would appreciate some advice/recommendation.

I am quite interested in OpenSource Software but not only.

This post would be the magazine equivalent to another one with useful information about books: What books, journals, and electronic resources are most valuable for expanding knowledge of GIS?

Thank you for the patience to read this post, :)

marked as duplicate by PolyGeo, Fezter, whuber Sep 13 '13 at 14:22

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    This has a lot in common with What books, journals, electronic resources are most valuable for expanding Geographic Information knowledge? - enough to propose it as a duplicate. – PolyGeo Sep 13 '13 at 7:53
  • @PolyGeo Not sure about that. There are tons of books there, and I could not find one magazine which is released on a monthly basis or so. I am not interested in books, I was looking for something else – Robert Sep 13 '13 at 7:58
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    In that case it would probably be best to edit into your question why the Answers to that one (with a reference to it) are not meeting your requirements. Maybe this Q&A can be the magazine equivalent to that one for books. – PolyGeo Sep 13 '13 at 8:26

You can try following :

Arc-News (For ESRI related and general GIS news)

Directions Magazine (For latest update and webinars information)

GIS Development (for latest news and software reviews)

GISlounge.com ,giscafe.com (For latest update, GIS news etc)

Few Blogs

Mapperz - The Mapping News Blog

James Fee : spatiallyadjusted.com

GIS training related : geospatialtraining.com/blog/


Here is one

The Geospatial Resource Portal

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