Monthly Archives: September 2012

River Data

It is summer here in the UK, or at least it is meant to be. Summer 2012 seems to have been a bit of a wash out and there have been a number of small-medium flood events across the country. … Continue reading

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Pearltrees – wisdom on the net?

The internet is full of information, not all of it is exactly what you would call useful.  However, sometimes you stumble upon something that is actually useful.  Today is one of those days. Heard of Pearltrees?  Neither had I.  If … Continue reading

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OSGIS 2012 – Day 2

The second day of OSGIS 2012 saw a full day of short paper presentations and a couple of workshops.  The day started with a keynote from Prof. David Martin, University of Southampton.  David is  Director of the ESRC Census Programme and his … Continue reading

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OSGIS 2012 – Part 1

OSGIS is now in it’s 4th year and has really become one of the main events that brings together users and developers of open source geospatial tools.  The nice thing about OSGIS is that it attracts an even spread of … Continue reading

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