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Open Government Data

The new opengov data poster child ?

You may not like the symbology used in this map.. but you can’t deny that the “Interactive map of England’s green belt” published by the Telegraph Newspaper yesterday is an another important milestone in the opening up of Government Geodata. It is important¬†for a number of reasons.. Firstly it liberates data that was previously difficult/expensive […]

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Geo for Research and Higher Education Workshop

If you are going along to the AGU in San Francisco this year, I would recommend registering for this event which is being run by the Google Earth Outreach team. It’s free, but there are only 100 places. This is a “hands on” event so you need to bring your laptop and knowledge of Javascript/Google […]

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My presentation from PinPoint London..

The past, present and future of maps.. Written and submitted from home (51.425N, 0.331W)