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New at MP2K Magazine - 2/19/2003
MP2K Magazine is your independent MapPoint news source, bringing you the latest news and information about MapPoint and related Microsoft geography products including programming articles, tutorials, and more features. 
We are excited to introduce a new area of the site to make it easier for you to broadcast your MapPoint-related press releases and announcements. See details below.
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Pushpin Tool 

Working with pushpins in MapPoint? Get the MapPoint 2002 Pushpin Tool for just $75. The latest features include the ability to export lat/lon coordinates of pushpins to Excel and advanced find Pushpin functionality. Read more and purchase the tool here or go directly to paypal

MapPoint Featured in NASA Report
A top news item on NASA's Columbia web site includes a series of MapPoint maps depicting the shuttle's trajectory during re-entry.
Satellite Imagery of Shuttle Debris Area
Space Imaging's IKONOS Satellite captures debris area in Nacogdoches, Texas minutes after shuttle tumbles to earth.
Satellite Imagery of Shuttle Debris Area
Java Driving Directions
This Sample application is built with the Java programming language and the AXIS SOAP library. It illustrates how a developer can make calls to the MapPoint .NET XML Web service from an environment other than Visual Studio .NET.
MapPoint Review and Perspective
MapPoint…. GIS System, Mapping package, or just a real business tool? Andrew Whittam shares his insights.
In this article, Rahn Lieberman shows how to import an XML file containing waypoint information into MapPoint 2002 as Pushpins.
Broadcast News and Information About Your MapPoint Solution or Service!
MP2K Magazine is excited to announce a new place to broadcast press releases, announcements, or any other news pertaining to MapPoint. Headlines will soon be incorporated on the MP2K Magazine home page. We hope you find value in this new resource.
Additional Coverage Areas
Time is running out to tell Microsoft about what areas you would like to see included in the next versions of MapPoint. Sources tell us the new MapPoint products are finally slated to be released within six months. Make your voice heard!
Finally, consider writing for us. A description of a recent solution or project you've worked on, an innovative code sample, a tutorial, all submissions are welcome and will be reviewed and edited for publication. Join the ranks of the MP2K Authors.

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Eric Frost
Editor and Publisher of MP2K Magazine & Principal, ELFmapping Consulting

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