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ESRI EUC Presentation

Yesterdays presentation is available here for download, my main point I guess was to point out the shift in thinking needed by Mapping Agencies as we move from the age of document centric cartography to cartography driven from databases. Written and submitted from the Westin Hotel, Warsaw, using the hotels broadband network.

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Podcast – a little late..

As promised last month, The guys have done a stella job in putting together a series of podcasts from the TerraFuture event we held at the Ordnance Survey in September. The first podcast is Richard Scase on the changes we can expect in society over the next ten years and how that may impact on […]

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ArcGIS Explorer – an Open Google Earth ?

I’m in Warsaw this week to present at the 20th ESRI European User Conference. An interesting contrast to the “big show” in San Diego, today the first day had a similar agenda with presentations from Jack Dangermond and David Maquire, but rather than an audience of thousands, the audience here in the wonderful Palace of […]

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Technology Thoughts

Why we all love Apple

The apple.com homepage remembers Rosa Louise Parks.

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GIS Thoughts

Content is king..if its simple

So things are beginning to calm down in regard to the hype around the introduction of the video capable iPod. But the big news I think behind the hardware is that Apple have cut a deal with ABC television in the States to distribute via the iTunes music store (iTMS), television programmes including Lost and […]