I am looking for shapefiles, KMZs, etc. for networks primarily in the Midwest, but really throughout the area that is the scope of this list. I am a small ISP that just happens to know more than your average ISP about where people are and how to use GIS tools. I use them to help other ISPs find transport and they may come in handy for some start-up IX work I'm involved with. They would not go public and I would be willing to sign NDAs to get them. I have gotten several form public sources, but I may not have gotten all of the public ones and I have some (but still only a few) private ones.
If you have KMZ files you have compiled from public sources, can you make
This would be very useful to have for project I work on from time to time.
I'll make sure that Telecom Ramblings gets all public sources I find. They would also have links to maps that aren't in a spatial format ie: PDFs, interactive web sites, etc. I'm looking for spatially enabled maps so I can see them all on the same screen, turn layers on and off, measure builds, and other GIS type work.
I like the idea of building on the Telecom Ramblings micro site:
Don't forget Greg's Cablemaps, the awesome undersea archive and the gold
standard of how to do this IMHO:
I think thus far I've send Rob 30 moves\adds\changes for public sources.