The funniest man in GIS?

Simon Doyle, ex-Ordnance Survey man and this years chair of the AGI, clearly has hidden talents as demonstrated in his latest column in GEO:connexion magazine. Although the humour may not translate very well to international readers, there is an important point here about the inability of the GIS industry to deliver solutions that actually make a real difference to “normal people”

And sadly yes I am a regular viewer of the BBC’s Casualty – that’s what happens when you have kids 🙂

Written and submitted from home, using my home 802.11 network.

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  1. Ian Turton

    Interestingly I know of a professor of geography, in your neighbourhood Ed, who had to deliever his own baby as his new housing estate’s postcode wasn’t in the ambulance services’ mapping system.

    Ian

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