Ordnance Survey Thoughts

Now why was that so difficult ?

Yesterday the Prime Minister announced that many of the data products produced by Ordnance Survey are too be made “open data” free for download and use by both indivuduals and commerical organsiations in the UK. Our data has been freed ? Well of course we will still have to see the details but this is […]

AGI LBS Thoughts

The Weasley Clock and Google Latitude a mashup waiting to happen

In the UK there is a saying about waiting ages for a bus and then two come along at the same time. In the world of location based or context based computing it’s not exactly the case that there is little happening, but yesterday produced two interesting stories. I had the pleasure on presenting at […]


Digital inclusion at the Royal Geographical Society

Having just watched Martha Lane Fox on the excellent Car Pool video Podcast presented by Robert Llewellyn,  I am now really looking forward to the meeting on the Digital Divide at the RGS next month. It is one of the Society’s 21st Century Challenges series, and will also feature Prof. Tanya Bryon, and will be […]

AGI Technology Thoughts

Beyond Cartography : BCS Presentation

Here are the slides from my presentation to the British Computer Society Geospatial Special Group last night. On their own the slides may not make much sense, hopefully Mr. Daly will be posting a video soon and I will give an abridged version of this presentation at next weeks where2.0now ? event in Harrogate – […]