Glad to welcome Aaron, a friend who came for a short visit from Aotearoa. Two years ago, I did some experiments with Christian and Rob, another Kiwi who came over Read More
The Google Lat Long Blog posted some exciting news today. People can now edit locations on Google Maps and, for example, adjust the position of a marker on the map Read More
Today, I came across an article called Free Entrance, Free Coffee, Free WiFi…Free Rooms, which was posted on the Tracking Tourism Blog. Stephen, the author, picked up on Chris Anderson’s Read More
After we already had spring temperatures up to 19 degrees C last weekend, winter thought this really is pathetic and decided to come back for some extra time. It was Read More
If you ever thought about building a hierarchical navigation tree menu for administrative geographic regions, you should really have a look at GeoTree (via GeoNames Blog) Will save you a Read More
Quite a while ago, in 1989, Mark Monmonier used the term „geographic brushing“ in the context of exploratory geostatistical analysis. When one specific representation of data is highlighted, another representation Read More
After the metaphor turned into something real that we can witness growing bigger and bigger every day, a dedicated journal was well overdue. So here it is: The International Journal Read More
Good reading to spark some thoughts on why some things are free, why even more things may be free in the future and why in the end nothing is free.