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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
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’m proud to say that I now have two articles written about my work that have been featured on the Rowan University home page. Most recently, Mapping the Guard (still on the home page) was posted, detailing the great work … Continue reading
Cycle routes are managed by a myriad of local and state entities, and considering DOT informed me that they do not keep any GIS records of the bike routes or facilities, OSM seems like a natural repository for volunteers to collect and share cycle route data. Continue reading
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