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As Hurricane Sandy is about to make landfall somewhere in NJ or DE, keep safe and dry. Move to a safe location and stay there. Don’t attempt to travel after dusk due to reduced visibility and the intensifying storm. Once … Continue reading
I’m back from the sixth ESRI DevSummit. It was a great event full of informative sessions, socializing and networking. This was one of the first conferences in a while where I did not participate more than simply attending. The DevSummit … Continue reading
Back in January, I had every intention of updating this weekly, but once the semester starts, all bets were off. It’s been a crazy few weeks, juggling several research projects, two classes and compiling everything needed for my recontracting at … Continue reading
The undersized collection of books means that Geography and Planning books have a very small, blink-and-miss-it section of shelf in the general circulation. Continue reading
I’ll be at MAC URISA in Atlantic City from the 4th until the 6th. On the 4th, I’ll be conducting a introductory-level workshop on Distributed GIS. On Tuesday the 5th, John Hasse and I will be at the Interactive Expo … Continue reading
Yesterday, I gave an introduction to open source GIS at MAC URISA. As the meeting was about Internet-enabled GIS, I focused on server-side software. I’ve made the presentation available on SlideShare and available as a download from my website. Here’s … Continue reading
“Back in my day, we had to wait years for grainy aerial photographs taken from a biplane.” CNN has satellite imagery of the crowd gathered on the Mall for today’s inauguration. The images are from GeoEye, who not only have … Continue reading
The NJ Geospatial Forum will have its final meeting for 2008 this Friday. The meeting will be in Building 300 of the Riverview Office Complex at 10 AM.
Atanas Entchev has posted some notes he received from the recent Municipal Users Group meeting. Worth the read.
New Jersey Geospatial Forum‘s OPRA Task Force will be hosting a meeting with Government Records Council Executive Director Catherine Starghill. The meeting will take place at the Department of Community Affairs on Friday, July 18th at 10am.