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I am pleased to announce that I have started another blog, LearnWebMapping.com. This summer, I am offering a Web Mapping & GIS Services course through Rowan University Online. To promote the course and to help keep myself mentally focused on … Continue reading
It’s been a while since I last posted to the ol’ Blog. After I returned from the DevSummit in March, my free time dwindled down to nothing. The end of the spring semester has been a whirlwind of activity; developing … Continue reading
Just two days after I wrote about OpenStreetMap, PC Pro, a UK computing magazine, posted a blog about the brilliance of OpenStreetMap. This entry is a much better introduction to OSM than what I previously wrote.
Currently on Rowan’s homepage is an article on the Geography Department‘s work on bring GIS to the greater university community. The article focuses on our recent web mapping work; specifically the Land Use Change viewer and NJ State Atlas. I’m … Continue reading
ESRI’s ArcGIS 9.3 has now been released and should be arriving soon if you’ve kept your tithing maintenance up to date. Post your hopes and expectations of 9.3 in the comments below.
LibLAS, an open-source (BSD) licensed software library for reading and writing ASPRS‘s LAS format. From their website: libLAS provides excellent coverage of the ASPRS LAS 1.0 and 1.1 specifications, and it provides support for copying variable length records from one … Continue reading