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RSS Feeds
Whilst I use RSS feeds all the time, my impression is that most web users are not aware of how the technology can really benefit....

posted on: Sun, 30 Apr 2006 | path: /computing | permanent link to this entry

Lectureship in GIS @ Kingston University
It's worth pointing out that we are currently seeking a Lecturer in GIS at Kingston University. This in the Centre for GIS which sits within the School of Earth Sciences and Geography. Full details of the position are available here.

posted on: Fri, 28 Apr 2006 | path: /GIS | permanent link to this entry

AGI Open Source in GIS SIG
I was at an AGI organised SIG on open source software in GIS today. This was an excellent low key event that was (sadly) primarily attended by representatives from commercial GIS companies, with a smattering from academia....

posted on: Thu, 27 Apr 2006 | path: /meetings | permanent link to this entry

How to make coffee. Part 1.
Hill and Valley Coffee have written the first of a two parter on buying, brewing and enjoying your coffee. This provides an excellent overview on what makes good coffee, as well as principle brewing methods to get the most from each cup. This form parts of their blog which is available as an RSS Feed and something I check regularly!

posted on: Wed, 26 Apr 2006 | path: /coffee | permanent link to this entry

Open Source Access to Garmin Tacklogs
Following on from my last blog, I spent a little time this week trying to extract data from the Garmin Geko's so that I could load the tracklogs over standard OS basemap data....

posted on: Sat, 22 Apr 2006 | path: /GIS | permanent link to this entry

Bottom of the Range GPS
A long time since the last blog! With a week's leave and a week in Swansea (Gower Peninsular) on a First Year fieldtrip, there's not been much time....

posted on: Sat, 15 Apr 2006 | path: /GIS | permanent link to this entry

Elevation Models for Geoscience
I presented at the Elevation Models for Geoscience one-day meeting at the Geological Society last week....

posted on: Sat, 01 Apr 2006 | path: /meetings | permanent link to this entry