Now that it's common for people to look at their environment from space via Google satellite imagery, certain companies are suffering from an image crisis. Their buildings just don't look good from space. That's why the Navy, whose unfortunately-shaped building in San Diego caused a lot of angst recently, is hiring a space image consultant. ChangeWaves says this is the first real-life example of a futuristic job they predicted a couple of months ago: Geoscaper. Personally, I prefer Space Image Management Consultant. Just sounds so much more important.

Geoscaping Comes to Life [via ChangeWaves]

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